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My Georgia Adventure Part One

I am on another wonderful quilting adventure. I packed my car and headed out. This little picture shows my car loaded with six suitcases of quilts for my trunk show/lecture and all my teaching supplies for three workshops. Georgia here … Continue reading

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Quilting on a Cruise

A couple of weeks ago I posted that I was teaching on a quilt cruise and we were waiting for the fog to lift. I need to get back to that post so you can see what it is like … Continue reading

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Very Special Opportunity

A Very Special Opportunity is coming in April 2014 I will be teaching a week long class at the wonderful John C. Campbell Folk School in Brasstown, North Carolina. I taught there a couple of years ago and it was … Continue reading

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Paris: Visiting Père Lachaise Cemetery

Trevor visited Pere Lachise Cemetery which is reputed to be the world’s most visited cemetery, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors annually.  Here is Jim Morrison’s grave. He was the American singer and songwriter with The Doors, author, and poet.

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Paris Day Five Night: La Sainte-Chapelle

We toured La Sainte-Chapelle which is located in the heart of Paris. Building on it started around 1239 and finished on the 26th of April 1248. Nearly two-thirds of the windows are authentic as they were taken down and stored … Continue reading

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Paris Doors

Here are some fantastic doors that we saw while we were in Paris. Each one is so different.

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Day Five: Montmartre

On day five we climbed all the way to the top of Montmartre. And it was a climb! Montmartre is a hill in the north of Paris, France. It is 130 metres high and gives its name to the surrounding … Continue reading

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Paris Day Four – Vanves Flea Market

On day four we all went to Vanves Flea Market.Vanves is known for being small and friendly. There are around 200 traders in the market and it stretches over two avenues. It dates back to the 1920s. Here are Cynthia, … Continue reading

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Paris Day Three: St-Ouen Flea Market

We then visited the most famous flea market in Paris. It is the one at Porte de Clignancourt, officially called Les Puces de Saint-Ouen, but known to everyone as Les Puces (The Fleas). It covers seven hectares and is the … Continue reading

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Paris Day Two: Dinner at LeTimbre

On day two we ate dinner at LeTimbre. http://www.restaurantletimbre.com/le%20timbre%20.html Which means the stamp. It was named this because, it was literally the size of a stamp. LeTimbre has two seatings at night one at 7 pm and one at 9pm. … Continue reading

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