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Nov 6, 2014

Sewing for Fun: Sewtopia this weekend

Nov 6, 2014
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After just returning from Quilt Market two weeks ago, I am again packing up my bags to head to Salt Lake City, Utah for the Sewtopia retreat.  It's a little close for comfort for 2 trips in a row (just ask my husband), but I am excited nonetheless to go on a fun trip for me.  I haven't done a fun sewing trip since the original Sewing Summit in 2011.  That seems like forever ago!

I hope to work on an overdue baby quilt (baby's already here) for friends in Japan.  That allowed me to pick out this fun stack from my stash.

And packing in progress.... I managed to pack half my suitcase with clothes.  The other half is wips, fabric, and supplies.  There isn't much room for anything I buy on the shop hop!  I need to squeeze an extra bag into here  :/ 

I'm so excited to be taking this trip with my friend Cristin.  We'll be instagramming (@genxquilters and @peartreestitching) the fun all weekend if you think you might want to go in the future....  See you next week!



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2 comments:

  1. Here's how you get stuff home from the shop hop. After you're done shopping you stop at the post office and pick up a free priority mailing box. They will even tape it for you at the post office. Prices start at around $6 for an envelope and go up from there. I sent home 20yds of fabric from Boston for $17 and it got home one day after we did. You can also go to the UPS store but usually you have to pay for all the packing material and UPS starts around $8.

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  2. There nothing quite like a quilting adventure with a girlfriend and the most important tool
    to have on hand....WINE! Have fun.

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