The Ami Simms Newsletter
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Greetings from Houston, Texas where the weather is warm and the quilt show it HOT. And by hot I mean, quilts are flying out of here left and right bringing in money for Alzheimer's research.
DID YOU MISS ME?
Madison wrote four times in my blog during October, plus I wrote about some incredible miniature quilts, inkLingo, Sudoku, SensMatic pencils, making fabric baskets, famous quilters you can meet in Houston at the AAQI booth, behind the scenes at the monthly auctions, a new sewing machine attachment and poll, and a bunch of others stuff.
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This month's auction won't start until I get back from Houston. I've tried to teach Madison to do it, and he just plain refuses. So, you'll have to wait until November 5th.
Check out the quilts here
so you'll be able to bid like crazy!
Takako finished TWO Twisted Sisters
The "What Were They Thinking
Page" has new additions.
ON THE ROAD AGAIN
Join me in Raleigh, NC for workshops and a lecture November 20-22.
And, don't forget Madison's Wild Quilting Tour as we visit quilting guilds along I-75 from Michigan to Florida this December. There are still some lecture days available for groups that want to meet Madison (and me).
See my teaching schedule
Thanks to Sandy K. for another great video.
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UNTIL NEXT TIME
Be good to each other and have a great quilting day! (Or several!)