[Only a few photos, so check out the link above.] I don't know how long Expo has been going on (how many years) but I think it is something like more than 30 years? It is a very long-standing event in the pacific northwest. One always should begin their day with a stop at the Scone wagon. Fisher Flour Mills has been baking and selling scones at the Expo (and other events) for years, so it is quite a traditional way to begin one's day.
Quilt friend Ronda and I spent the morning wandering around the various exhibitions and booths selling everything you could imagine and a few things more. I cannot show you everything I bought (gifts, you know) but I did find a clover rotary blade - which I needed, and they gave away a free measuring tape.
I cannot seem to get Italics to turn OFF.
She was able to produce bindings as narrow as 1/16 inch. Then we went to a class by Marti Michell about all the rulers and tools she has for making scrap quilts. It was really a great quilt show. We didn't really learn anything about technique but saw some marvelous quilts. I love her work. Lastly we headed to a class by a Canadia named Cindy Rowell. It was called Quick Gifts from your Scrap Stash. She was delightful, but I'm not sure I would make any of the things she showed us. Again, not much technique but lots of show and tell. So that was fun.
Oh yes, anyone know about E6000 glue? I heard it mentioned today and don't know about it.