When I was a young child, my grandmother received mail from her Arkansas friend every few months.  It was her last link to home, and inside would be a letter, newspaper clippings, and Li’l Abner cartoons whose humour was beyond my age.  But one letter held a very unique dried up cotton boll on a stem.  I guess it was to remind my grandmother of her southern heritage, but as a child I didn’t ask.  Instead, I was fascinated with the plant that my mother explained represented the beginning of the cotton that we wore.  I never forgot that cotton boll; in my hand was a beginning to my love affair with indoor and outdoor plants and then full-scale gardening.  Ironically, quilting became the other hobby of choice and now my work.  A seed of cotton; a seed of knowledge.  Everything has a beginning.

This September we begin our new class schedule which runs to January and we are hoping you will find with us a new beginning in what we have to offer.

Linda Goh
Along Came Quilting
6432 – 1A Street SW
Calgary, AB  T2H 0G6

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