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Claudia Pfeil will be teaching in Bartlett, Illinois

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Very cool! You are going to have so much fun with her!


"Of all the things a woman's hands have made---The quilt so lightly thrown across her bed---The quilt that keeps her loved ones warm---Is woven of her love and dreams and thread." excerpt from The Romance of the Patchwork Quilt by Carrie A. Hall
 

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Shana in North Pole, Alaska ---- The Farthest North APQS Sales Rep  
 Always quilting with her faithful friend, Mademoiselle Madeleine Millennium, Bliss-fully skating gracefully...and having lots of fun with IntelliQuilter

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That's great!

You will have of course a lot of fun and much inspiration :) Claudia is a wonderful teacher!

But please let her go back to Germany so that we can have her at her Open House Classes in June in Krefeld :D


Kerstin
 

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"Wer einen Traum verwirklichen will, muss zuerst aufwachen"

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Hope to meet a lot of friends there.....

Thanks Deb, for organizing:D

Claudia


Best wishes from over the ocean...


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WOW, you will all have a great time and come out of the classes eager to get home and start filling your quilts with pfeilling feathers!

Claudia is a fun teacher

sue in australia


sue in australia

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Still deciding which class to take.... so many goodies, it's like trying to figure out which donut to pick..... Glad her classes don't have any calories!! :)


Love, Light and Laughter,

Abigail

Milennenium Owner since Oct. 08, She's Mai Linn. Pun completely intended.

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you never know;)

I will bring tons of german chocolat ocross the ocean and I will save some for my Chicago students....how does this sound ?:D

I´m looking forward to meet you there.....

Claudia


Best wishes from over the ocean...


Quilt &Co.
tel.:0049 2151 773851
post@quilt-und-co.de
http://www.quilt-und-co.de
EA8FACCEFE3428138CCD7022F3E91D1B.png
http:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L8g_pe2Kyos

//community.webshots.com/user/claudiapfeil

http://www.photoshow.net/quiltundco/quilts

Claudia Pfeil designs for Download:

http://www.longarmpatterns.com/

APQS-Millennium

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Don't tell anyone, but we'll have lots of snacks available...including sodas and low cal sweet things....LOL

I just went to the Nature Center and delivered 100 brochures. It seems the locals are very interested in finding out what a longarm is....I was also told that there are a number of teens--- possible quilters that want to come to the APQS RoadShow to learn about this "machine called a longarm".

I took my Lenni to a quilt show last weekend for demoing. I was shocked at how many non-quilters were so very interested in how a longarm works. And more surprising, how many quilters thought all longarm machines were computerized. The most asked question was: Are you doing that or is the computer doing that?

I also had one newbie quilter stop by and take me to a quilt she liked. She just couldn't understand free-motion vs. computerized. The quilt was free-motioned on a longarm but it was so fantastically quilted that a newbie could think it was computerized. However, the dead giveaway was that the quilting was "natural" and filled the spaces "naturally". A computer wouldn't be able to be so random.

The weekend was much fun and so enlightening to me based on all the questions the visitors had. It's amazing how many had never seen a longarm machine. And, the kids--ranging from age 2-8 just loved getting their pictures taken using Lenni. One young lady left with a BIG smile from ear-to-ear and BIG dimples carrying her "mini quilt" cut out from the fabric. She was just SOOOO excited.

I bet you never knew how special us longarmers are!!


Deb Figved APQS Lenni and Millenium w/ CQ Deb's Quiltery http://quiltandsew.net/

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Deb, you may have created a new longarmer!! That is the idea, to educate the general public. When they drag a quilt top out of the closet and ask to have it quilted, they may not gasp at the price when they understand how it is accomplished.

Have a great time with Claudia.


Mary Beth 

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