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Sunday, June 07, 2009

Quilters Unlimited Show, Chantilly, VA


Weeeeeeeeeeeee! What a fabulous time I'm having! Not a lot of time to post this morning, gotta grab a quick breakfast and head over to the Expo center to start a class, but I want to post you a pic of 3 happy faces!

Pam Clarke, Mark Lipinski, and me :c)

11 comments:

  1. Look at you! Is he as crazy in real life as in his magazine? Inquiring minds want to know.....

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  2. way to go Bonnie, you got to take his picture early, he'll probably be mobbed later. Have a great class and a wonderful week end

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  3. Cute! That is a lot of energy in one small space!

    Have fun!
    Happy sewing,
    Kim

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  4. Hey Bonnie. Unless she has undergone a name change while in a phone booth changing into her super quilter mode, that is the lovely and talented Pam Clarke from Spokane, Washington, with you and Mark.

    A fan of all three of you:

    Stay young, Barb Smith, Spokane

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  5. Though I don't know of Pam yet, two of my abolute favorite quilting people in one picture...almost too much to take! I wish I had been there so experience the class too. It is on my list of things to do before I die (a class from each of you!). I am glad you are on the relaxing end of this class--you deserve it!

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  6. I'd be smiling too! What fun.

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  7. Bonnie,

    That is Pam Clarke a Long Arm Goddess! She's absolutely awesome and I LOVE her stencils etc. . . Keeping having Fun! Luv your Blog

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  8. Hi Bonnie- I am so so envious - I used to live near there - now I am back home in Australia - not that I am complaining - i just want to be in both places at the same time :). Have fun!!!

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  9. Anonymous8:20 PM EDT

    you sure look like very happy campers.

    cheers
    Christine

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  10. You do look like you are having a great time! I do enjoy all the post you have up! They are very informative!

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