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Houston Quilt Festival 2011 was extraordinary - we had a booth, we sang AND I taught a class in "Mock Mola™ Appliqué".  Two of my songs were used in the documentary "Stitched" which followed three famous art quilters as they prepared for the Houston show.  We had a screening at the Festival, and I was thrilled to hobnob with the Stars!!!

Jena Moreno, Tom Gandy, Caryl Bryer Fallert, me, Hollis Chatelain, Randall Cook


We also visited the International Quilt Festival in Houston in 2009.  I met some very famous people!

The new "front man" for Project Linus.                            John and I with Judy Hall, from Punch with Judy in Australia


During our 2009 spring tour to Ontario, we met Judy Lyons again,
with her Burlington Teen Tour Band quilt,
which inspired "Boots and Bayonets".


This was our group on the Hawaiian Cruise - April/May 2009

John singing Quilter's Husband's Lament in Aberlady, Scotland, 2008


We stopped in Flint MI to have lunch with Ami Simms in 2008.
She talked me into starting a blog!

This was our show in Dubuque Iowa in 2008

With Maureen Middleton, our most peripatetic fan, in Leicester, England


My little penguin found some friends in Buckden, Cambs, England

This was half of our audience in Brisbane, Queensland, 2008
LOTS of red-hatters!

At the Quilters' Guild of the British Isles AGM
in Scarborough, Yorkshire, 2007
It's Super Quilter!!!

We sang at Ricky Tims' Gallery in La Veta CO
on our way to record "In the Heart of a Quilt"
in 2006.  He was playing trumpet in the
4th of July parade there!


In 2005 we met Ginny Kanka, daughter of Freddie Bloom.
(It was Freddie's story I told in "Time Flies")
Here we are at Greenwich.

This is me with Alex Anderson
just after we taped my segment of "Simply Quilts" in June 2002.

This is our first visit to Houston Quilt Festival, in 2001
I borrowed a guitar and played the first 8 bars of
"100 Ways to Hide Your Stash" for 5 days straight!
Our neighbouring booths were not impressed.....