Auckland quilt symposium 2019
The symposium starts this week, with the quilt exhibition open tomorrow and classes starting on Wednesday.
I have been busy getting organized for the class I am teaching on Sunday, and looking forward to catching up with old friends and making new ones.
I am teaching applique, the sample quilt being Sharon's surprise from my new book Autumn Bouquet.
I am so looking forward to meeting everyone and teaching you all how to applique this special quilt.
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