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Posted on: 9/28/13 10:03 PM
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It was an expo set up in one building and it wasn't very big. They offered classes but the classrooms were only curtains draped to create a corner space with no sound system. The poor teachers really had to yell to be heard. The classes seemed to be geared towards selling things, but they were free. Admission to expo was free with coupon. Expo was geared more toward quilters and not apparel sewing. Fabric and trims were decently priced and the vendors were all very friendly and professional without being pushy. I drove an hour and half and I'm on the fence about it. I'm glad I went but I don't think I would go again due to the necessary drive.

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Jean B said...
Although primarily for quilter [I am not] I did find the "Less Than Traditional" class and exhibit great. I plan to make a "quilt" with the tools and techniques I found there and am so glad it doesn't involve cutting and seaming lots of small pieces and no binding :-)
9/29/13 3:23 AM
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