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Saturday, April 20, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Live from Manchester!

46 machines a hummin!! Holy! Moly!!

We are having a great time with the Amoskeag Quilters in today's Midnight Flight class.

Wishing you all a piece-ful weekend of happy scrapping!!











27 comments:

  1. Does anyone there have any idea what Amoskeag stands for? Just wondering. A great piecing weekend for me - just finished 224 blocks for Blue Ridge Beauty. Now to sort them out and play with arranging :) Sue K

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    2. I should know this...I attended Amoskeag Elementary school grades 1-6...and I lived in Manchester for the first 23yrs of my life...but I don't...lol.

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    3. sounds like an Algonquian word. I will ask my friend.

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    4. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amoskeag_Falls

      "Amoskeag" derives from the Pennacook word "Namoskeag," which roughly translates as "good fishing place.”

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  2. I sew want to make this one.

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  3. ARGH I spend 2 hours piecing ONE side of border for my EASY street quilt!Why did you call it that again?

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  4. Anonymous1:10 PM EDT

    my machine is happily humming away today too:-)

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  5. Yikes, that's a crowd!! Looks like everyone is having a great time!!!

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  6. Yikes, that's a crowd!! Looks like everyone is having a great time!!!

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  7. Sue, this is what Wikipedia has to say:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amoskeag_Falls

    Have fun ladies, wish I were there!! :)

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    1. Thanks Judy. Interesting reading - Sue K

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  8. Indian work means. Good fish

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  9. Definitely on my to sew list. They sure seem to be having fun!

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  10. I see what looks like a PINK Ott Lite. Does anyone know where you get these? I guess one could spray paint one.

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    1. Got my pink Ott light from Joann.com.

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  11. I agree...Looks like a great group and bet people from NH, Vermont and MA are there enjoying Bonnie!

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  12. I see a BIG teddy bear in the last picture...does anyone else see it??

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    1. Too funny thanks for pointing that out

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  13. Everybody is smiling ~ must be a great class!

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  14. Native americans called ---Amoskeag "great fishing place"

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  15. What a large class. wow! I can't imagine having 46 students in one class. You amaze me!
    Judith

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  16. Holy! Moly! Is right. That was quite some crowd. They sure looked like they were having fun!

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  17. Love this quilt. Which book is it from?

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  18. Quite the crowd, and it looks like they are all having a good time! The quilt you are teaching is amazing!

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  19. Hi, Bonnie. Beautiful quilt which I must have missed recently going thru your books. Which book is it in, please? Thanks!

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