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Lights, Camera, ACTION

CUtuscannights.jpg190North reporter Lou Canellis and his all girl crew stopped by Quiltology last week to tape a segment for their show. Lou’s yia yia must have taught him right—yaya is Greek for grandma btw—he nailed the quarter inch patchwork seams and sewed them straight! I put him to work on sewing strip sets for our beginner Urban Amish quilt—but I think this guy may be ready to tackle stars! Lou, think you can handle a little bias?

Sorry to say, I forgot my camera so no preview pics for you this week. You’ll have to tune into the show this coming Sunday April 20th @ 10:35pm on ABC7 to see the fun.

A few notes—the next machine quilting workshop is scheduled for Saturday April 26th from 10a to 3p. We’ve got a brand new Bernina 440QE in the shop—this is the big girl machine with BSR—that’s the Bernina Stitch Regulator—a real dream quilting machine. We’ve still got two open spaces—call soon to reserve a spot.

And for all of you who’ve been paying us all that money (not that we’re complaining) to finish off your binding—here’s your chance to learn how to do it for yourself—a binding class scheduled for Tuesday night April 29th @ 6:30p to8:30p. This is $30 that will be well spent my friends!

Now…we’re ready for close-up…thank goodness TV doesn’t add pounds to the quilts!



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