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Quilt Candy - Virtual Trunkshow - Day 1



Hello Quilting Friends

I am participating in a Virtual Trunk Show with many of my quilt designer friends.  

We are showing you our favorite quilts on 15 minutes of Facebook Live. 
Mine is coming up in a few days.

I am adding a schedule each day so you can drop in and see various of these trunk shows.

Here is today's schedule - ENJOY

April 1 

April 1 12pm EST Andi Stanfield  facebook.com/Anditruebluequilts

April 1 1pm EST Nancy Scott
facebook.com/MasterpieceQ

April 1 2pm EST becky jorgensen
https://www.facebook.com/patchworkposse/

April 1 3pm EST carolina moore
facebook.com/alwaysexpectmoore

April 1 4pm EST Jackie Kunkel
https://www.facebook.com/cantonvillagequiltworks/

April 1 5pm EST Connie Jonson Sayler
https://www.facebook.com/PacificRimQuiltCompany/

April 1 6pm EST
Laura Piland/Slice of Pi Quilts  https://www.facebook.com/sliceofpiquilts/

April 1 7pm EST Sandra Starley  https://www.facebook.com/TextileTimeTravels
April 1 8pm EST Swan Sheridan  www.facebook.com/swanamitystudios
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