Thursday, August 5, 2010

SEWIN CLASS

THIS IS TODAY'S WORK..... My little friend went home and made this big bag....Samoans love big....they told me so...they say Samoans love big, Polagi's love small bags. Just like they like big flowers in their hair....I am just saying what they tell me...

Wasn't she a productive one????

Great class, great friends.....
OH>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>....if you are not on facebook, we just found out that we do not get to go to Huston....we are really bummed. So...we can wait it out here or chose another place?? They said a spot may come open in October but that means we have to leave later. We were told we would get what we wanted, but it looks like not. So.....stay tunned for more of the saga of Where Vance and Barb are going to go???

36 comments:

  1. Barb, these gals are really crankin' out the projects, aren't they.
    Tell your gals that I for one am impressed with their bags, etc.
    Love the bright colors ! ! !

    Hey, what a bummer re: Houston
    I suppose we could temporize this new by say something is better around the corner.
    Hey, what would it hurt for us to think this ! ! !
    Love to be POSITIVE.

    Hey, tomorrow is Friday and AccuQuilt is having their GO! giveaway. I'm in there trying.

    Hugs & ♥♥♥s,
    Gerry

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  2. It's not just Samoans....Polynesians in general love big! It's us silly palangi's that make things difficult by going small :) :) :)
    I love seeing what they make in your class...how fun :)

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  3. Sew, you dont' get to GO! at least you have Fabric and a GO! and Mr Pfaff to keep you company. I hope something changes and you get what your heart desires.

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  4. They are so productive!

    So sorry that you are not heading to Houston. It will be interesting to hear where you end up.

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  5. Sorry to hear about Huston. Maybe things will change.
    Your students are fast learners. Love the towel and potholder they make and of course the bags. Maybe you are needed on the island a little longer.

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  6. So sorry,but I am sure a place will come that you will love!! You have such Spirit. Hugs, Marie

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  7. I believe your friend is becoming addicted to sewing. woohoo!! I'm sorry ya'll didn't get Houston.

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  8. Oh no!!! You wre all set for texas, that is such a bummer. Thanks for keeping us posted. At least you are still in Paradise!

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  9. Oh how wonderful... friends and sewing together. You guys look like you're having a great time! Sorry you don't get to go to Huston, can't wait to find out where you going. Steph

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  10. The projects look wonderful!

    Will you continue this type of work when you move back to the mainland??

    SheilaC

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  11. I just love how happy the women look.....love the turtles!

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  12. I just love how happy the women look.....love the turtles!

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  13. Barb, I am so sorry that you do not get to go to Houston. It may be some kind of omen that you are still needed there. The ladies are learning so much. You will have to replenish that stash soon!!!

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  14. Awesome bags!!
    Bummer on not going to TX!!
    I'm on FB, I'll look for u!

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  15. Bummer about Houston! Bigger and better things must be awaiting your future. At least you can spend more time with those lovely ladies.

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  16. Oh well, Houston is hot and muggy right now.

    Your students(friends) are doing so well and getting so much done. It sure looks like you're having fun. You'll have time to teach them alot more. We'll be standing by to see where you're going!

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  17. Hey, I like the size of those bags too. I must have some Samoan in me. Love that size.

    Sounds like a fun day!

    SewCalGal
    www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

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  18. Sorry about Houston...the bags all look great, though.

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  19. Whoww those ladies have been productive!! From the smiles on their faces I can tell you had a great time together!! happy sewing, Daniëlle

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  20. I'm sorry you're not getting your choice of destination right away - hopefully that's cos there's something betterr round the corner.

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  21. What great gals to sew with! Very productive - just like you!

    Would staying on in Samoa be too hard? Can't imagine how hard it is for you to be up in the air with something like this - will be thinking of you and praying for the best outcome!

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  22. WOW your students are really getting good AND productive LOL.

    So sorry about Houston, I hope you find a wonderful place to move to.

    Crispy

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  23. You have work yet to do there, and, if I'm really lucky, maybe they will send you to Utah and we can hang out.

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  24. Where did they want you to go? Could you still get Houston in Oct? Bummer. The bags are great, love your turtles.

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  25. Barb, it looks like you gave them the sewing bug. How fun to share the love of sewing, they look so excited. I'm so sorry after all your excitement that you're not able to go to Houston right away. Thinking good thoughts and will keep you in my prayers that you get there soon. Cyber Hugs,

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  26. Love the progress the gals are making, but they do have a wonderful teacher!!

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  27. I love the bags the girls made..very beautiful and useful.

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  28. I'm sorry about Houston, though the weather is really miserable throughout Texas these days. Triple digits in Fort Worth. blech. Why exactly are you moving around? I guess I've never figured out why you're in Samoa in the first place. Sorry. 8(

    Happy stitching,
    Susan

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  29. I am sorry about you all not being sent to Houston. Maybe things will change in a while if not I hope your new place is more to your liking(va is a good place).
    I now have Larry Gatlin singing 'houston' in my head!;-(

    Ladies look like they did have fun! You are so good to be teaching them and enjoying it too!

    Hugs,
    Lola

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  30. Too bad about Houston Barb. Bummer. But I bet your Somoan friends would be happy if you stayed! Guess we just have to stay tuned for the next episode to see what adventure you choose!

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  31. Great job by the ladies!

    Sorry to hear about not getting your first choice but I'm sure you will bloom wherever you are planted.

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  32. Love the turtles! I'm sorry to hear that you didn't get to go to Texas. Hope you go somewhere wonderful! Sounds like you bring a hefty dose of wonderful wherever you go!

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  33. So sorry about Houston.
    Your among some wonderful folks there...you'll miss em.

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  34. I love all the bags, and everyone looks so happy! Sorry about your trip. I hope everything works out for you.

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  35. I know your heart is in Huston, but how about Washington, da state?

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  36. So sorry about Houston, I was making plans to go to the Quilt Festival with you. Maybe you can come to the D.C. area, and we can do GO! projects together.

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