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
I sew want to make this one.
ARGH I spend 2 hours piecing ONE side of border for my EASY street quilt!Why did you call it that again?
my machine is happily humming away today too:-)
Yikes, that's a crowd!! Looks like everyone is having a great time!!!
Sue, this is what Wikipedia has to say:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amoskeag_FallsHave fun ladies, wish I were there!! :)
Indian work means. Good fish
Definitely on my to sew list. They sure seem to be having fun!
Thanks Judy. Interesting reading - Sue K
I see what looks like a PINK Ott Lite. Does anyone know where you get these? I guess one could spray paint one.
I agree...Looks like a great group and bet people from NH, Vermont and MA are there enjoying Bonnie!
I see a BIG teddy bear in the last picture...does anyone else see it??
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.
sounds like an Algonquian word. I will ask my friend.
Everybody is smiling ~ must be a great class!
Native americans called ---Amoskeag "great fishing place"
What a large class. wow! I can't imagine having 46 students in one class. You amaze me! Judith
Too funny thanks for pointing that out
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amoskeag_Falls "Amoskeag" derives from the Pennacook word "Namoskeag," which roughly translates as "good fishing place.”
Holy! Moly! Is right. That was quite some crowd. They sure looked like they were having fun!
Love this quilt. Which book is it from?
Got my pink Ott light from Joann.com.
Quite the crowd, and it looks like they are all having a good time! The quilt you are teaching is amazing!
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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