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Great job on the new and improved website! See you in September....really!

Happy fussy cutting.




Love the new site! Will you have a section about tips and tricks or will this only be on your blog? (I love when you give us information on finding new gadgets, tips on cleaning our machines, and cool new fabric).

Happy quilting!

Pat from Canada



Love the new site, especially that it looks perfect on my smartphone! So many don't!  Kelly



I just love your new site. The pictures bring back memories of past classes and all the fun we have had and will have in the future with Sharon's groupies!! Rose P.



Sharon - the site looks wonderful!! I agree with your philosophy; I get so much joy from attending the classes, and i get smarter too! "Who knew".
Luv ya



Hi Sharon, The new blog is WONDERFUL! CONGRATULATIONS! It was fun looking around. When I looked at the "Out of my Mind" section, it reminded of the time years ago that you wrote / posted about "putting on our oxygen masks first". Do you still have that "post" somewhere? I would love a copy.  Hugs, Jay



Great pictures of student's work. I'll have to send you pictures of what I'm working on when finished. Too many projects to work on and too little time available. Martha in Ohio



Hi Sharon,

I enjoy your blog entries and pictures. It's been a long time since I took one of your classes, and I miss your sunny smile. I am still quilting, knitting socks for friends and family, and making felted wool mittens to sell. Busy Busy




Great new website. Love the the scrolling pictures at the top! Laurie in Elmira Heights



I love, love, love your new website. I really like the slide show because I think your delightful personality shines through - especially the one of you holding up that "holey" piece of fabric. You are without a doubt the best quilting teaher I have ever had. Over the past 25 years, I have taken at least 75 classes from nationally and internationally known teachers such as Elly Sienkiewicz, Anita Shackelford, Jan Krentz, Paula Nadelstern, Cindy Blackberg, Linda Franz, Nancy Pearson and many others. You shared many nuggets of useful information that I still use today, and I had fun in the process. Learning your "no hoop" method of hand quilting has been a godsend for my fingers! Thank you for sharing your knowledge with me. I have only one other comment - you need to add a picture of you and Pompera to your slide show. rfw