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Hey Ohio!

Are you in northern Ohio (or willing to drive there to see me?) and curious about EPP?
I'll be giving a short lecture and hands-on English Paper Piecing demo at M&E Quilt Shoppe in Sandusky on Thursday next week (5/22). 
All the information is here on the shop's website.


I'll be showing off a few of my quilts and projects, signing books, and converting everyone to EPP.  It would be great to see some of you there~

EPP Demo and Book Signing Thursday, May 22, 2014    12-2p.m. Mabel & Ethel's Quilt Shoppe 279 E. Market Street, Sandusky, OH 44870
419-502-9123
ME@mequiltshoppe.com
Space is limited.  Advanced registration required.  For more info, click here.

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  1. Wish I was closer sounds fun.

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  2. Bummer! I would be there but we are in New England for a week for a family wedding. :-(
    Hope you have a great time on your visit, Jessica.

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  3. I`d be to be there but I`m far away.Have a great week!!

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