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Designer Tips and Techniques Virtual Tour

I am part of a Designer Tip and Techniques Virtual Tour May 5 - May 9. 
Come see our Facebook and Instagram Live shows. 
Make sure you check out these presentations going on today.

Facebook Live Shows

May 6
May 6 12pm ET Sue Pelland

May 6 1pm ET Annette Ornelas

May 6 2pm ET Kate Colleran

May 6 3pm ET Melissa Marginet

May 6 4pm ET Jackie Kunkel

May 6 5pm ET Dorie Hruska

May 6 6pm ET Laura Piland

May 6 7pm ET Terri Vanden Bosch

May 6 7:30pm ET Swan Sheridan

May 6 8pm ET Annie Smith

Instagram Live Shows

May 6 12:30pm ET IG Sue Pelland @suepellanddesigns

May 6  1:30pm ET IG  Annette Ornelas @southwind_quilts

May 6   2:30pm ET IG Kate Colleran  @seamslikeadreamquilts

May 6   3:30pm ET IG Melissa Marginet @melissamarginet

May 6   4:30pm ET IG Jackie Kunkel

May 6   5:30pm ET IG Dorie Hruska

May 6   6:30pm ET IG Laura Piland

May 6   7:30pm ET IG Terri Vanden Bosch

May 6 8:00pm ET IG Swan Sheridan

May 6    8:30pm ET IG Annie Smith


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