productstextilesweekly wrap up

weekly wrap up: loftcreations and biz ladies 08′

by Grace Bonney

well, it’s that time again- on monday morning at 5am i’m off to laguardia to catch a plane to portland for this week’s biz lady meetups in portland and seattle. i’m so excited i could pop- i’ve never been to either city and it looks like turnout is going to be fantastic in both cities. there are so many great people to meet and incredible places to see- my head is spinning in circles. i’ll be away through friday evening but i’ll be posting like always so check back on monday for regular posting (5 posts a day from 9am-1pm) and some “live” blogs from portland and seattle. if you’re planning on coming to the biz ladies meetups the details are here (no worries about rsvp-ing at this point), i look forward to meeting everyone. until then, here are highlights from this week’s posts. see you on monday from the west coast!

[images above and below are beautiful quilts ($175 each) made by artist stephanie dunphy of loftcreations in ohio. stephanie’s daughter allison sent them in and i was really touched. it’s so wonderful to see mother daughter creative teams supporting each other]


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