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Quilts at the Bay Quilt Show

I am the co-chairperson for my guild's quilt show that is coming up in 3 weeks!  I am starting to get very, crazy busy with things to do for the show!

Quilts at the Bay will be Oct 14-15, 2011 at Bay College in Escanaba, MI.  

The show will include:
  • Handcrafted Quilts on Display
  • Quilting Demonstrations   
  • Raffle Baskets
  • Vendors
  • Viewers Choice Award
  • Raffle Quilt 
  • Quilt Challenge
  • Live Music
  • Featured Quilter
In addition to the actual quilt show we are hanging quilts in the windows of businesses in downtown Escanaba and Gladstone. 

Can't blog for long...  have to email the paper information about our featured quilter, deliver posters, and start organizing my own quilts for the show!

Happy quilting,

Amber

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