Look what came in the mail while Jenny and Helen where at Quilt Market in Houston….Quilt Scene magazine from International Quilt Festival.  
One of the projects in the magazine is "Quilter's Caddy Apron" made using the Quick Curve Ruler.

At spring market in Pittsburgh Helen had made all of us an apron to wear.  The Quilt Scene folks saw the aprons and asked us to do a write up.  We just weren't sure when it would be published.  What a fun surprise! 

Just a reminder, tomorrow is the last day for the Curve It Up Challenge.  How is your project coming along?  Plan on a linky party next week to see everyone's quilts!

~Sew Kind of Wonderful~
October 30, 2014 by Jenny



Cartier said:

Your poinstg lays bare the truth


Carlee said:

Yeah, that’s the titkec, sir or ma’am


Antonia said:

I have heard everyone of these as well. However, these ctmmenos merely exemplify a bigger issue; the disconnect between agencies and communities. To me the very idea that a smart developer or public agency would present a plan’ for a major change in a community without directly involving the community in the design process using interactive public involvement software (like Crowdbrite) and 3-D visualization is ludicrous. We are not demanding or expecting enough of planning, especially considering the technologies we can bring to the table. Frankly the cost of doing things two or three times, not to mention the loss of confidence in public institutions, instead of doing in right the first time, is not worth it.

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