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Set up Day 2

We were under the impression we were about done with set up, but as it got later in the day it became clear that there was still a lot to do !
I don’t have my pattern spinner this time so we are hanging and organizing our patterns on a self made grid tower (which we professionally built with many many zip ties)



Not bad all things considered.  We also did a little game switching Quilts - it wasn’t as much fun as musical chairs, but reminded me a little of that game since there was always one left over quilt looking for a spot.  It is so hard to choose favorites between your quilt babies - lol :/ 






We also got the big purple suitcase loaded and ready to roll to sample spree where I have table 28.  Another set up of sorts for selling sample quilt-lets with pattern packs.  I did not sign up for schoolhouse this time so we took a stroll to the power and light district of Kansas City. 



It was so windy too!

Do you know they stop serving lunch at 2pm in restaurants here ????  We finally did find a nice Jason’s Deli which worked out perfect.  They even let us sit and rest a while.

Almost ready to go set up Sample Spree - I’ll keep you posted. 

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