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“Quilting Vintage Linens” on QNN TV!!!

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Quilting Vintage Linens

It’s finally here! I filmed this episode, “Quilting Vintage Linens”, for QNN TV, with Jodie Davis this August. Waiting is hard! This particular show is called, Quilt It! The Longarm Quilting Show, and is filmed at the Handi Quilter headquarters in Bountiful, Utah. What a fabulous place filled with wonderful people! It would be like the Willy Wonka factory for quilters šŸ˜‰ This is a teaser segment since QNN is a subscription only, online site. I think for quilters it is worth every penny. Always my go to internet site for all things quilting!

The hubs and I took a gorgeous, two week road trip through Wyoming, Colorado and Utah, for this big adventure.

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You can’t find any nicer people than at theĀ Handi QuilterĀ studios in Utah! The educators and staff made me feel right at home and took care of EVERYTHING!

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The crew, hair and makeup (yup, that helped!), they all know how to do what they do and are great at their jobs!

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Yes, that’sĀ Joe CunninghamĀ lurking on the side. He was filming after me, so he was hanging around visiting while Marie Eldredge pinned on my backing. Marie is a fabulous Handi Quilter studio educator, who together with the other educators, made me feel like a rock star.

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Vicki Hoth, quilt know all and machine know all, she is one fabulous lady!! They filmed 6 quilters in 2 days, so their schedule was a hectic and crazy one. Ā A few other quilt “celebs” filming were Stephanie Palmer,Ā Late Night Quilter, who is a super creative soul. Stephanie creates with four kids at home!! Maybe that’s why she’s called the Late Night Quilter! She has also just launchedĀ The Quilter’s Planner. Check her out!

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Also, Christa Watson atĀ Christa Quilts, a super creative lady that does her quilting on a sit down machine. Check out her new bookĀ Machine Quilting With Style.

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I couldn’t have done any of it without my CEO, Carry Everything Officer! What a hubs! He carried everything, waited for me, drove me, and anything else I needed, he did.

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What a fabulous adventure and opportunity this was! Thanks to everyone who supported and followed me along this tremendous quilting journey. Experiencing the unexpected always makes life fun!

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    Nancy Cobler
    November 9, 2015

    Wow! This place looks so familiar! Those people look so familiar!!! Is it deja vu? Am I Alice and did I fall down the Rabbit Hole? Did I dream it? Surely must’ve, cuz nothing so cool as being at Handi Quilter and meeting so many wonderful people would EVER happen to little OLD me! By the way…that “Sherpa” type guy in the last picture sure looks like a friendly sort! His wife must be a lucky woman! (and it takes a good woman to make a fella look that happy!)

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      [email protected]
      November 9, 2015

      Super, super sweet Nancy!!!

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    Mary at Fleur de Lis Quilts
    November 9, 2015

    Wow! How lucky are you! Thanks for sharing all the pics and the experience. I’m trying to load the teaser right now. I am terribly excited for you and wanted to thank you for all the beautiful work you do. You are a wonderful inspiration for the rest of us!

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      [email protected]
      November 9, 2015

      Thanks so much Mary! I am inspired by many, so I’m thrilled when I can inspire also!

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    Freda Butler
    November 10, 2015

    What a wonderful experience that must have been. Also the trip to get there and back had to be great. What would we do without our wonderful hubbys. We have been married 56 years and still enjoy each other.

    Hugs
    FredaB

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      [email protected]
      November 10, 2015

      Thanks Freda! Great hubbys ARE the best! Congrats to 56 years!!!

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