The store had a system where shoppers each received a bag with their name on it for their purchases which they could keep adding to during the festival.
Jenna Darlak, one of our super volunteers and Treasurer of the Genesee Valley Club, brought in one of the unfinished jackets she made in my class using one of the quilted saris I purchase in India.
Ricky and Alex discussing an issue during a break.
Dinner break before Ricky's Concert at a local restaurant.
Part of the evening audience for the concert.
Ricky is an excellent musician and terrific story teller.
Telling one of his stories.
Libby giving autographs.
Part of the 140 or more attendees from Canada
Its time to check out the bags on the last day.
Fashion doesn't always "stop at the knees" at a quilting event.
Ricky about twenty years ago when he began sewing with his grandmothers old Singer.
Its time to tear down and load the truck.
Ricky wearing two of his hats as we pack up.
The party's over. The truck heads back to Ricky's home in Colorado.
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