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Mixed-media Tea Party Challenge Results

18 Jul 2008

News flash!

We have been steeped in challenge entries for our Cloth Paper Scissors Mixed-Media Tea Party challenge and invite the following artists to please send in their submissions to us as soon as possible.  Many will be published; all will be displayed in Houston at the International Quilt Festival in the Make It University!™ with Cloth Paper Scissors® section of the show.  Congratulations to the following artists!

Tamera Abate
Donna Anderson
Lydia Bee
Liz Byenton
Caroline Brown
Susan Clarkson
Nic Hohn
Nancy Leeko
Lisa Mallette
Angela McRae
Elizabeth Nelson
Ronna Rogers
Barbara Shearer
Angela Struyk
Sharon Tomlinson
Brenda Wampler
Sara Whitmire
Deborah Wolff

We have been extremely busy here at Quilting Arts headquarters. Here are a few hints as to why:

Louie

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My living room as we were getting ready for the photo shoot for Quilting Arts GIFTS (I'll be posting more about this soon). In the meantime, we would love to hear if you plan on going to International Quilt Festival/Long Beach next week. Please post if you are!


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Doreen Kinkade wrote
on 19 Jul 2008 9:09 AM
I am coming to the show from Mesquite, NV. I am so excited. I have never been to a show of this size. I am not a quilter but hope I get to take a class in the Make It Univ. workshops. See you Saturday.
Brenda Wampler wrote
on 19 Jul 2008 11:28 AM
I am so blessed! Thanks for selecting me in your Tea Party Challenge. Can't wait to see you guys again at the Houston Quilt Show!
Allison wrote
on 19 Jul 2008 5:01 PM
Can't wait for Make It U in Houston! Do we know the ATC theme for Houston? Will it be the same entertainment theme as Long Beach?
Sallie wrote
on 20 Jul 2008 2:19 AM
Yes. Both my sister and I have been planning on attending since we first heard it was coming to Long Beach - very excited to have the show in "our own back yard!"
Peggy wrote
on 7 Aug 2008 1:52 AM
I went to Houston several years ago and wondered why the show went to Chicago but not to the West Coast. I was at Long Beach for all 4 days and enjoyed everyone, including the runway challenge luncheon. I plan to attend every year that IQF comes to Long Beach. My only change may be to stay at the Hyatt which is closer rather then the Westin Hotel. Make it University was a blast.