See me Sew at the Adirondack Museum

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I often get questions about how I make my potholders and pillow using free motion sewing.  Well, on Saturday, October 5th from 10-4pm, I’m going to once again be at the Adirondack Museum demonstrating how I do it and answering questions.   I was there last year, and enjoyed it so much, when they invited me back, I decided to go.

So if you’re up for a ride through the beautiful Adirondacks in the middle of leaf season, please join me (and Jon, someone has to take the pictures)  at the Fiber and Harvest Festival.  Besides having lots of fiber artists at the Museum, you can also see all the exhibits and participate in all those fall traditions like hay rides and cider pressing and a bunch of things I would never even think of.

The Adirondack Museum is in Blue Mountain Lake NY and you can check out their website here.

That's me doing a demo
That’s me doing a demo, Jon was good enough to take some photos

 

Tess Wynn and me.  Tess and her family made a weekend trip to the Museum last year and picked up the quilt I made for her from her grandmother's aprons.
Tess Wynn and her family made a weekend trip to the Museum last year and picked up the quilt I made for her from her grandmother’s aprons.

2 thoughts on “See me Sew at the Adirondack Museum

  1. The Adirondack Museum is a great place. So glad you will be there. I am hoping I can make the trip up and meet you. Either way, have a wonderful time.

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