Tasmanian quilters have something to crow about

Deirdre Bond-Abel, left, and Leonie Bateman like to have fun while they work. They own and operate The Quilted Crow in Tasmania, Australia, specializing in reproduction fabrics and felted woven wool designs. The pair will be in Grand Junction on Thursday through Saturday, presenting a trunk show and teaching two classes through Hi Fashion Sewing Machines.



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Deirdre Bond-Abel, left, and Leonie Bateman like to have fun while they work. They own and operate The Quilted Crow in Tasmania, Australia, specializing in reproduction fabrics and felted woven wool designs. The pair will be in Grand Junction on Thursday through Saturday, presenting a trunk show and teaching two classes through Hi Fashion Sewing Machines.

As the crow flies, a journey from Tasmania to Colorado spans 8,800 miles. For the Quilted Crow girls, who are international instructors, the trip requires 21 hours on a commercial…




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