Florida Quilt Network - Newsletter #94


February 4, 2006


Quilting Friends,


What a lot to tell you this month!  Hang on to your seats….


I hope you had a chance to see our quilt show: Quilt Magic 2006 in Orlando in January.  They just keep getting better and better, if we DO say so ourselves.  (Take a peek at http://www.cfqg.com/2006winners.htm to see some of the winners).  Check out some of the other many shows happening all over the state, also.  Maybe I’ll see you at the West Pasco show, or if not, maybe the Mount Dora show.  A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to see the show in Fort Myers…Nadine and her gang did a bang up job as well.  I’ve been picking up a few new projects…I’m now into polka-dots and all things round…yum!


For those of you in the Central Florida area, and for those of you who love her special style, this is sad news indeed: Cindy Blackberg is making the move to Maryville, TN.  Maryville is just south of Knoxville.  She and her hubby will be closer to family.  Cindy will still be traveling and teaching quilting, but her base will be Knoxville, instead of Sorrento.  You can contact Cindy during and after the move through her website, www.cindyblackberg.com   Cindy wants to wish the best to all her faithful and wonderful students in the Orlando area.  Her students have generously supported her all these years with their loyal participation in her workshops and they will be missed. 


More news for you Central Floridians: The Central Florida Fair is coming up in April (20th-30th) and your creative entries might just win a prize!  It is FREE to enter your creative work: quilts, embroidery, sewing, knitting, painting, woodworking…you name it, we probably have a category.  Take a look at www.CentralFloridaFair.com for more into.  Since I’m the Creative Arts Superintendent, I’d love to have YOUR work in MY building.


If you belong to a quilt guild, or you shop at a quilt shop, please take a look at the pages on my website that list ALL the Florida quilt shops and ALL the Florida quilt guilds.  I’m told that some of the links and email addresses are wrong, and I’d hate for someone to miss out on joining a guild or shopping a shop for this reason.  Please send your changes to  fqn.guild@FloridaQuiltNetwork.com




CALENDAR OF EVENTS: (Newsletter number follows)




Feb 4 & 5 Farm Festival & Quilt Show  in Dade City curator@pioneerfloridamuseum.org


Feb 4-6 Jan Krentz Workshops in Orlando LSK418@aol.com (#93)


Feb 4-5 Shop Hop in North Central Florida (#93)


Feb 4-25 Exhibit  in New Smyrna Beach Judith@gilmer.com (#94)


Feb 9-11 Quilt Show in Panama City Beach www.thegiftshows.com (#91)


Feb 10-12 Quilt Show in Hudson www.westpascoquilters.org (#87)


Feb 10-12 Workshops in Hudson www.westpascoquilters.org (#94)


Feb 10-11 Jane Burch Cochran Workshop in Ft. Myers 239-541-0226 (#93)


Feb 10-11 Quilt Workshop in Ft. Myers 239-541-0226 (#94)


Feb 10-12 Shop Hop in Central Florida (#93)


Feb 11 Quilt Workshop in Davidson 704-892-8277 (#94)


Feb 11-12 Fiber Workshop  in St. Pete 727.821.7391 (#94)


Feb 11-18 Quilt Cruise http://www.quiltcruises.com (#87)


Feb 16 Art Lecture in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org  (#94)


Feb 16 Textile Lecture in Melbourne (#93)


Feb 17 Textile Lecture in Melbourne (#93)


Feb 17-18 Quilt Show in Port St. Lucie adams7856@bellsouth.net (#88)


Feb 17-18 Quilt Show in Ocala Bolingles@wmconnect.com (#92)


Feb 18, 18&19 Workshops in New Smyrna Beach mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org (#94)


Feb 18-21 Gail Garber Workshops in Sarasota www.friendshipknotquiltersguild.com (#93)


Feb 23-25 Sewing And Quilt Expo In Clearwater www.sewingexpo.com (#92)


Feb 24-25 Joan Shay Workshops in Orlando www.CFQG.com (#94)


Feb 25-26  Galen Berry Workshop  in Palm Beach trudyf@aol.com (#89)


Mar 3-4 Quilt Show in Palmetto  Mair50@juno.com    #86


Mar 3-4 Quilt Show in New Smyrna Beach 386-426-2941. (#87)


Mar 3-4 Quilt Show in Pensacola www.pensacolaquiltersguild.org (#94)


Mar 3-5 Quilt Retreat in Delray Beach Talacam@aol.com (##89)


Mar 9-10 Quilt Show in Mount Dora quiltshow@gmail.com (#87)


Mar 11 Quilt Show in Bushnell steinhaus40@wmconnect.com    (#92)


Mar 13 Joan Shay Workshop in Leesburg www.aquiltersdream.biz (#91 and #93)


Mar 16-18 Quilt Show in Ft. Lauderdale http://www.onceuponaquilt.com


Mar 18-19 Quilt Show in Venice www.vaqg.com (#87)


Mar 18-20 Kristin Steiner Workshops in Sarasota  www.friendshipknotquiltersguild.com (#93)


Mar 24-25 Quilt Show in St. Petersburg sspdy@aol.com (#94)


March 31-April 2 Quilt Show in Bartow  ladiesofthelakes.com/ (#92)


April 7-8 Quilt Show in Sanford dcreeron@bellsouth.net (#94)


April 20-30 Creative Exhibits at Central Florida Fair in Orlando (#94)


April 21-22 Quilt Show in Melbourne www.s-piecemakers.com/ (#90)


May 12-13 Quilt Show in Coral Gables www.oceanwavesquilters.org (#94)


June 9-12 Quilt Retreat in Leesburg Talacam@aol.com  (##89)


June 10-Sept 4  Quilt Exhibit in Gainesville rg10001@bellsouth.net (#85)


June 11-15 Machine Quilting Conference in Colorado www.harriethargrave.com/celebration (#91)


Oct 6-7 Sue Benner Workshop in Ft. Myers 239-541-0226 (#92)


Mar 31-Apr 1 Judith Trager Workshop in Ft. Myers 239-541-0226 (#92)


Oct  27-30 Quilt Retreat in Leesburg Talacam@aol.com (#92)


Nov 6 Quilt Cruise www.engelquilts.com (#93)




May 23-27 TAS National Quilt Show & Convention  lbrooker@tampabay.rr.com (#89       )






The Central Florida Quilter’s Guild has a few seats left in our Joan Shay (www.petalplay.com) workshops.  Joan is a nationally recognized teacher of applique and other techniques.  The cost is $30.00 for each class and the kit for each is $25.00.  The classes will be held in Longwood.  Contact Art if you’re interested: artcallinan@earthlink.net


Feb 24, Friday Cosmo Basket:  6 hours

Learn to weave a basket, then fill it with 3-D Cosmo flowers. The fern like leaves are embroidered and the flowers are bonded and curled. This is a fun class.


Feb 25, Saturday Geranium: 5 - 6 Hours

Make a realistic 3-D geranium out of fabric using the innovative technique Appli-bondC. This is a technique class. Basic needle turn applique will be taught. This project appeals to all levels, beginners because of its ease, to experts because if its design capabilities






The Central Florida Fair in Orlando is looking for your creative-arts exhibits to display in their Creative Arts Exhibit building.  It is free to enter your work, and all 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons are also cash awards.  Besides quilts, we are looking for all needle arts, fine arts (painting, drawing, photography, decorative painting, etc) and crafts and hobbies (beading, basketry, scrapbooking, flower arranging, etc).  Last year we had 2000 entries and gave out over $9200.00 in cash prizes.


Take-in is April 14 and 15, and the Exhibit and Fair runs from April 20th to 30th.  Take a look at our online premium book for more information at www.CentralFloridaFair.com  Or send an email to Mary-Jeanine at  mji@CentralFloridaFair.com with your questions.






2006 National Small Art Quilt Works Exhibition. Open to artists residing in the USA. Entry Fee. Slide/CD image Deadline: June 9, 2006 for exhibit (July 28, 2006 -September 03, 2006). SASE for prospectus:

The Main Street Gallery, 105 Main Street, P.O. Box 161, Groton, NY 13073

or www.mainstreetgal.com

Carol Soderlund and Adrienne Bea Smith will be jurors for this exhibition.






Title:                             Quilt Fest 2006

 Dates:                          May 12 and 13, 2006

 Time:                           9:30am to 4:30pm  - both days

 Location:                      Coral Gables War Memorial Youth Center

                                    405 University Drive, Coral Gables, Fl 33134

 Sponsoring Group:  Ocean Waves Chapter, NQA - Miami, Florida

 Admission:                   $6.00 (groups of 6 or more $5.00 each)

 Contact Person:             Rosa Brito                                                                            

 Contact Address:             PO BOX 14-1719

 Phone:                         (305) 385-8063

 Contact Email:            rbrito@oceanwavesquilters.org

 Website:                       www.oceanwavesquilters.org


Description:            Our 19th annual quilting event showcasing more than 300 antique, traditional, contemporary and art quilts.  National traveling exhibits and works of local quilt artist will be featured.  Also includes a judged competition, on-site Certified Quilt Appraiser, Auction Saturday at 2:00 pm, vendors, boutique, display of guild challenge quilts and demonstrations. For the 2006 Quilt Challenge see our web site for details.






The Pensacola Quilters’ Guild is pleased to announce its

11th biennial quilt show and sale:


Pensacola Quilts! Crazy about Quilting

Friday, March 3rd & Saturday, March 4th, 2006

Hours:  9 AM - 5 PM

The Wright Place

80 E. Wright Street

Pensacola, FL

Admission:  $5.00

Saturday 2 PM-Fashion Show

Saturday 4 PM-Opportunity Quilt Drawing

Friday & Saturday: Silent Auction, Vendors Mall,

Technique Demonstrations

Antique Quilt Display



Carol L. Hicks 119 Countri Lane  Cantonment, Fl  32533-7118

(850)937-0150  E-mail:  PQG2002@aol.com www.pensacolaquiltersguild.org






Florida Craftsmen Proudly Presents another Great Workshop!


Threads of Color: An exploration of color through a variety of stitching techniques


A two-day workshop

Schedule: February 11 and 12, 9:30 - 4:30 PM

Instructor: Laura Bryant

Max Participants = 24

Location:     Prism Arts, Inc. Brown bag lunch, refrigerator available

                3140 39th Avenue North, St. Petersburg



Fee Structure: Materials fee covers colored papers as needed, supplemental yarns and fabrics, dyes & auxiliaries

                                               One day Both days Materials Fee

    Students w/ valid ID              $75         $150         $10

    FC Members                         $125      $200         $10

    Non-members                       $150       $225         $10


Accepted forms of payment: Cash, Credit Cards & Checks payable to Florida Craftsmen, Inc.

Register with Janie Lorenz at Florida Craftsmen - 727.821.7391


This workshop focuses on the use of yarn and thread to create a color story. Any or all five needlework techniques may be used: knitting, crochet, embroidery, cross stitch and needlepoint. A rudimentary ability in at least one technique will be helpful; however, the basic ability to thread a needle and push it through cloth will be sufficient!

In other words, the techniques used are secondary to the exploration of color.

There will be ample opportunity for sampling a variety of textured yarns, and some basic hands on instruction in dying will be covered.


Supply List:

-Variety of small amounts of yarn and threads (leftovers from any projects).

  These will become community materials

-Tools appropriate to your preferred type of stitching: assorted knitting needles, crochet hooks, tapestry needles, embroidery needles. If you don't have any tools, bring tapestry and large eye sewing needles in 2 or 3 sizes available at most craft stores

-Small pieces of fabric and or canvas (4" x 6" up to 8" x 10") A variety to share would be nice if you have lots - there will be some provided

-Sharp scissors

-Apron or dark work clothes for Saturday dyeing

-Yarn, thread or fabric to be dyed additional materials available for purchase

-Rubber gloves and dust mask

-1-2" stencil brush available at craft stores


While you are invited to bring your own wool, nylon, rayon, cotton, linen or silk yarn or fabric for dyeing, there will be all types of dye ready yarn available for purchase, cost based on yarn selected.






In the Beginning God Created and created and created . . .
and created us in His Own Image.  Therefore, we are creative!

The Spiritual Formation Ministry of Davidson United Methodist Church
invites all adults to an experiential day of



A day of laughter, play and possibility
with the exuberant, joy filled
Quilt artist Dottie Moore
using simple tools of her trade
glue, paper, fabric and scissors.

Saturday, February 11, 2006
from 9:30 until 4:00
The Chapel
Davidson United Methodist Church

Cost is $20.  per person payable in advance
bring a brown bag lunch
beverages, snacks and supplies provided

limited to first 40 people
register through Linda Turner at 704-892-8277

Hear Dottie's story.  
Experience her vivaciousness.
Enjoy lively discussions and laughter!
Experience simple exercises designed to unleash
your hidden potential - your inner teacher - the Holy Spirit.

visit her at www.dottiemoore.com





Nationally recognized quilt artist Jane Burch Cochran will give a workshop February 10 and 11 in the Alliance for the Arts, 10091 McGregor Blvd., Ft. Myers. Sessions will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. All skill levels are welcome at the workshop, which is sponsored by Art Quilters Unlimited.


The artist's work is included in the 1997 book The Art Quilt by Robert Shaw and has been accepted for exhibit in Quilt National, one of America's premier shows of contemporary quilt art, on several occasions, including the 2005 show. Commissions hang in the Delta Airlines international concourse in Atlanta, at the University of Kentucky, Fidelity Investments in Boston, E.W. Scripps Co. in Cincinnati and the Cotton Field Co. in Tokyo, among others.   Jane’s website: http://www.janeburchcochran.com/


For more information or to register, call Carol Holsopple, 239-541-0226 or 239-565-6077.






Nimble Fingers Quilters' Guild presents Splendor in the Springtime Quilt Show to be held April 7 & 8, 2006 from 9 AM to 4 PM both days.  This wonderful show will be in the Sanford Civic Center,  401 E. Seminole Blvd., Sanford, FL.  Admission is $5 per person. 


There will be lots of quilts, special exhibits, vendors, boutique and fun.  The Civic Center has plenty of adjacent parking suitable for cars and busses.  Downtown historic Sanford is a short stroll from the Civic Center and has many restaurants, antique shops and the beautiful River Walk along Lake Monroe.  Contact dcreeron@bellsouth.net for further information.







February 18     10 AM - 2 PM

"Creative Papers"

Joan Williams

Joan Williams will provide a "down and dirty" paper-making program where

everything can be tossed into a blender and made into creative art paper.

Participants will come away with a stack of original papers and examples of

how to use that paper to create art.

Sponsored by the Pioneer Fiber Arts Guild of Pioneer Settlement for the

Creative Arts.

Tuition: ACA $10 members, $20 nonmembers

Atlantic Center for the Arts Community Art Center, Harris House, 214 S.

Riverside Drive, New Smyrna Beach - mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org


February 18-19  10 AM - 4 PM

"Painting with a Master"

Harold Garde

Harold Garde is a contemporary painter without parallel; his solo exhibition

Vessels/Visages at the Maitland Art Center was the subject of very favorable

reviews by Philip Bishop, Orlando Sentinel and Laura Stewart, Daytona Beach

News Journal. Garde's roots are in Abstract Expressionism, yet he explores

objects and portraiture with amazing breadth.

Tuition: ACA members $150; $200 nonmembers

Atlantic Center for the Arts Community Art Center, Harris House Annex, 123

Douglas Street, New Smyrna Beach - mmcbride@atlanticcenterforthearts.org


Mary E. McBride

Programs & Operations Manager

Community Art Programs

Atlantic Center for the Arts

214 South Riverside Drive

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168

386-423-1753    386-428-5008FAX



Atlantic Center for the Arts is a nonprofit 501 (c)(3), interdisciplinary

artists-in-residence community and arts education facility dedicated to

promoting artistic excellence by providing talented artists an opportunity

to work and collaborate with some of the world's most distinguished

contemporary artists in the fields of music composition and the visual,

literary and performing arts. Community interaction is coordinated through

on-site and outreach presentations, workshops and exhibitions.






The Art of Language

Each season, a different aspect of art touching on various artists and their art styles is explored through the lecture series at Atlantic Center for the Art’s Community Art Center. This season’s series departs somewhat from the painter’s studio and ventures into the writer’s lair of typewriters, computers and pencils as well as sewing machines, with a few paint pots tossed in to complete the composition.

 The theme was born while listening to a reading of a short story. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then what visions can 10,000 words produce? Taking the idea further, what visions are created by non-fiction versus fiction? Then, the question begs, what is the value of a picture containing words? This series of nine lecture series touches on fiction, non-fiction, poetry, storytelling and picture making.

 Lectures are free and open to the public. They are held in the Harris House Annex Gray Room at Arts on Douglas, 123 Douglas Street, New Smyrna Beach, beginning promptly at 7 PM.


February 16

"Nonfiction Lies: Creative Nonfiction and Reality Television"
"Nonfiction Lies: Creative Nonfiction and Reality Television" will explore the "nonfiction" part of creative nonfiction. How true does creative nonfiction have to be? And how do we know, as writers or artists, what is real? Andy Dehnart will read from his own literary journalism about reality television, and discuss how we can learn from reality TV what constitutes truth in writing.

Dehnart's writing on culture and media has appeared in Salon, The Boston Globe, The Advocate, and other publications, and he is a regular contributor to MSNBC. He holds an MFA in nonfiction writing and literature from Bennington College. He currently teaches writing and journalism at Stetson University in Florida, and has also taught writing at Johns Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth. Additionally, Dehnart publishes and writes Reality Blurred, an acclaimed web site that was the first publication dedicated to reality TV. He comments regularly about popular culture on the radio and in the press.


Mary E. McBride

Programs & Operations Manager

Community Art Programs

Atlantic Center for the Arts

214 South Riverside Drive

New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168

386-423-1753    386-428-5008FAX






Exhibition: “2nd Annual Cure for Cancer”

Exhibition dates: February 4 – 25

Opening Reception: February 4, 4 – 7 PM

Curated by Judy Gilmer and co-chaired by Mary McBride, this annual fund-raiser of two and three dimensional works is open to area artists.  Artists are invited to submit one work each accompanied by a $20 jury fee. Those accepted will be judged by Maria Lawton and Charon Luebbers for various non-cash awards.   All funds are turned over to the Relay for Life organization. For more information, contact Judy Gilmer at   Judith@gilmer.com or 386-405-0445.

Gallery: Harris House Annex, Gray Room, 123 Douglas Street

New Smyrna Beach

Delivery of Art: January 31 and February 1, 1 to 6 PM

Free: Public invited

Gallery Hours: Tuesday through Friday, 11 AM – 6 PM; Saturday, 10 AM – 2 PM






Workshops With Charlotte Warr Anderson

There are openings in the following 3 hour workshops with National teacher Charlotte Warr Anderson held in conjunction with the West Pasco Quilters' Guild, Inc "Home Sweet Home, Sew Many Quilts 2006" quilt show (Feb. 10-12, 2006):


Friday Feb. 10, 2006 - 9:30AM - $35.00 "It's Got the Look" Learn to enhance your pictorial projects with strange or unusual fabrics. Class time will include where to shop for unconventional fabrics, making the most of material with peculiar prints or textures and encouragement to use specialty fabrics - all to gain eye pleasing visual effects in your quilts. A small fabric "picture" will be made in class.  


Saturday Feb. 11, 2006 - 9:30AM - $35.00 "An Eye For Faces" Using reverse applique, construct a detailed eye complete with eyebrow, lashes, iris, eye white, pupil and tear duct - tiny details you would think are impossible to do in applique, but are actually quite easy done with the proper technique, If time allows, a demonstration of drawing a pattern for a face will take place.

For workshop information contact registrar@westpascoquilters.org or call Ruth 727-856-7825. For quilt show information contact quiltshowinfo@westpascoquilters.org or Robby at crwargny@aol.com or 727 372-8219 or visit our web site www.westpascoquilters.org







 The Suncoast Quilting Circle cordially invites you to our 11th quilt show, Today’s Pleasures, Tomorrow’s Treasures XI, to be held Friday, March 24th from 10 am–5 pm and Saturday, March 25th, 2006 from 10 am-4 pm. 

 We will have a vendors’ mall, a boutique, door prizes, and a children’s treasure hunt.  Our two raffle charity quilts are quite beautiful and can be viewed on the raffle quilt site of  http://www.ssqa.org/raffle.htm Our mini-quilt auction will offer a wide selection of techniques and styles.  Our members are also offering some fun and informative demonstrations.

 We will be at St. Petersburg College, Gibbs Campus Gymnasium, 6605 5th Avenue North in St. Petersburg.  Sandwiches, salads and drinks will be available and there are many nearby restaurants where lunch can be purchased.

 Jeannette Harrison

Publicity Chairperson

(727) 894-3135





Simply Quilts February, 2006 Schedule

HGTV: Eastern Standard Time


Feb 01, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1125 Dimensional Quilts w/ Linda Johansen

Feb 02, Thursday        08:30 am        #1126 Diamond Quilts and Beyond w/ Jan Krentz

Feb 03, Friday  08:30 am        #1127 Cosmic Spiral w/ Barbara Olsen

Feb 06, Monday  08:30 am        #1128 Impressionist Quilts of Japan w/ Noriko Endo

Feb 07, Tuesday         08:30 am        #1129 Make it Simpler Rotary Cutting w/ Anita Grossman

Feb 08, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1130 Tree of Life Family Tree w/ Diana McClun

Feb 09, Thursday        08:30 am        #1131 Landscape Quilt Challenge

Feb 10, Friday  08:30 am        #1132 Sunflower in a Square Jennie Rayment

Feb 13, Monday  08:30 am        #1133 Quilted Duvet w/ Laura Nownes

Feb 14, Tuesday         08:30 am        #565 Romancing The Quilt

Feb 15, Wednesday       08:30 am        #1134 3D Art Quilts w/ Esterita Austin

Feb 16, Thursday        08:30 am        #1135 Winding Ways Quilts w/ Nancy Elliott MacDonald

Feb 17, Friday  08:30 am        #1136 Piping Adds Pizzazz w/ Sally Dutko

Feb 20, Monday  08:30 am        #1137 Pieced Curves So Simple w/ Dale Fleming

Feb 21, Tuesday         08:30 am        #1138 Egg Money Quilts w/ Eleanor Burns

Feb 22, Wednesday       08:30 am        #601 Choosing a Quilt Design with Jean Wells

Feb 23, Thursday        08:30 am        #602 Nigerian Applique with Rachel Clark

Feb 24, Friday  08:30 am        #603 19th Century Recreations with Jo Morton

Feb 27, Monday  08:30 am        #604 Scrappy Flag with Gloria Smith

Feb 28, Tuesday         08:30 am        #605 Quilting 101 with Marianne Fons


Simply Quilts February, 2006 Schedule

DIY: Eastern Standard Time


Feb 01, Wednesday       01:30 pm        #923 Treadle To The Metal with Donna Kohler

Feb 02, Thursday        01:30 pm        #924 Artist Revealed with Phil Beaver

Feb 03, Friday  01:30 pm        #925 Simply Quilts Challenge with Jean Qells, Jim Kankula, Jan Mullen

Feb 06, Monday  01:30 pm        #926 Fooling The Eye with Sara Nephew

Feb 07, Tuesday         01:30 pm        #927 Dimensional Rose Topiary with Cindy Oraveez

Feb 08, Wednesday       01:30 pm        #928 Painted Quilts with Lina MacDonald

Feb 09, Thursday        01:30 pm        #929 I Love New York with Valori Wells

Feb 10, Friday  01:30 pm        #930 Outside the Box with Vicky Lawrence

Feb 13, Monday  01:30 pm        #931 Fools for Tools with Heidi Kaisand

Feb 14, Tuesday         01:30 pm        #932 Colorful Abandon with Rebecca McClure

Feb 15, Wednesday       01:30 pm        #933 Found At Sea with Judy Mathieson

Feb 16, Thursday        01:30 pm        #934 Dog Days of Quilting with Amy Bradley

Feb 17, Friday  01:30 pm        #935 Make It Simpler with Anita Grossman

Feb 20, Monday  01:30 pm        #936 Put It In Reverse with Jan Mullen

Feb 21, Tuesday         01:30 pm        #937 At Second Glance with Tammy Tadd

Feb 22, Wednesday       01:30 pm        #801 Stack the Deck w/ Karla Alexander

Feb 23, Thursday        01:30 pm        #802 Log Cabin Block w/ Bonnie Browning

Feb 24, Friday  01:30 pm        #803 Rag Wool Applique w/ Kathy MacMannis

Feb 27, Monday  01:30 pm        #804 Welsh Whole Cloth w/ Marjorie Horton

Feb 28, Tuesday         01:30 pm        #805 Uncle Sam Show w/ Linda Everhart