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Let's Bind It!
I'm still on track with my goals for 2013. It's just a really good thing I allowed for a few detours along the way -- I wouldn't want to fail so early in the year! I kept my goals and expectations realistic. Restoring the Sunbonnet Sue vintage quilt was a fun project.
It's always nice to challenge yourself to something a bit different. I found great satisfaction in the end result. It was a learning experience, and I'm proud that I completed it. Quilting means so much more to me than just mass-producing quilts. It's about the history, the learning process and the legacy.
On to my next adventure, the 2013 Pantone color of the year, emerald. Now how can I work that into my quilting schedule?
Carolyn S. Vagts
Editor, Quilter's World magazine
PS. Annie's has some great online quilting classes available if you're looking to try something new or to improve your quilting skills. It's worth checking out.
Carolyn's designs have been published regularly in several magazines, including Quilter's World. She also lectures and teaches workshops to guilds.
The creative process has been a notable part of her life. She studied drawing, pottery and sculpture in college and received a Liberal Arts degree. She finally found her niche in quilting as a fiber artist. She hopes to bring a fresh, new outlook to Quilter's World.
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