Looking for former RCTQ member

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I was part of this news group for a long time but didn't switch over to Fac
ebook like many of the members. Chat on Google was almost eliminated so I s
topped reading. I do miss my many friends from this group. My Jo Morton gro
up had also declined as members moved to other forms of media but has reviv
ed in the last few months. thought I would check-in with this group to see  
if a similar revival has occurred. How many of the old gang are still aroun
d? I would especially like to locate one former member. I can remember ever
y thing about her but her name! She lived west of the Mississippi, was a wo
nderful graphic artist, had several young children who are probably in coll
ege by now, and was thinking about going back to work. She helped me by dra
wing quilt patterns of antique quilts that had been donated to sell as a fu
nd raiser. I am in the process of publishing patterns from my own antique q
uilt collection and would love to hire her to do the artwork. I can't find  
anyone locally who does nearly as good a job as this RCTQ member did on the
 charity work. Can anyone give me a lead as to who this graphic artist is a
nd how I locate her. I've search all my records from the time of the charit
y event but can not find her name. Please email any information to me at Su
san at slpdesigns dot Com. Thanks.

Susan Price

Re: Looking for former RCTQ member
Hi, Susan. Nice to see you again. I did switch over to FB for a while,  
but recently decided to leave that group.

Sorry I can't help you identify the person you're looking for, but  
hopefully somebody will have a better memory than I do!

Louise in Iowa

On 2/26/2015 7:44 AM, susan price wrote:
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oes nearly as good a job as this RCTQ member did on the charity work. Can anyone give me a lead as to who this graphic artist is and how I locate her. I've search all my records from the time of the charity event but can not find her name. Please email any information to me at Susan at slpdesigns dot Com. Thanks.
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Re: Looking for former RCTQ member
On Friday, February 27, 2015 at 12:45:01 AM UTC+11, susan price wrote:
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acebook like many of the members. Chat on Google was almost eliminated so I
 stopped reading. I do miss my many friends from this group. My Jo Morton g
roup had also declined as members moved to other forms of media but has rev
ived in the last few months. thought I would check-in with this group to se
e if a similar revival has occurred. How many of the old gang are still aro
und? I would especially like to locate one former member. I can remember ev
ery thing about her but her name! She lived west of the Mississippi, was a  
wonderful graphic artist, had several young children who are probably in co
llege by now, and was thinking about going back to work. She helped me by d
rawing quilt patterns of antique quilts that had been donated to sell as a  
fund raiser. I am in the process of publishing patterns from my own antique
 quilt collection and would love to hire her to do the artwork. I can't fin
d anyone locally who does nearly as good a job as this RCTQ member did on t
he charity work. Can anyone give me a lead as to who this graphic artist is
 and how I locate her. I've search all my records from the time of the char
ity event but can not find her name. Please email any information to me at  
Susan at slpdesigns dot Com. Thanks.
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Hi Susan,

Have you looked through the archives of the newsgroup - you might recognise
 her posting name from there.

Cheers,
Di

Re: Looking for former RCTQ member
On Thursday, February 26, 2015 at 5:45:01 AM UTC-8, susan price wrote:
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acebook like many of the members. Chat on Google was almost eliminated so I
 stopped reading. I do miss my many friends from this group. My Jo Morton g
roup had also declined as members moved to other forms of media but has rev
ived in the last few months. thought I would check-in with this group to se
e if a similar revival has occurred. How many of the old gang are still aro
und? I would especially like to locate one former member. I can remember ev
ery thing about her but her name! She lived west of the Mississippi, was a  
wonderful graphic artist, had several young children who are probably in co
llege by now, and was thinking about going back to work. She helped me by d
rawing quilt patterns of antique quilts that had been donated to sell as a  
fund raiser. I am in the process of publishing patterns from my own antique
 quilt collection and would love to hire her to do the artwork. I can't fin
d anyone locally who does nearly as good a job as this RCTQ member did on t
he charity work. Can anyone give me a lead as to who this graphic artist is
 and how I locate her. I've search all my records from the time of the char
ity event but can not find her name. Please email any information to me at  
Susan at slpdesigns dot Com. Thanks.
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Hi Sue!,

I post over here every now and then.  Miss the old banter.

Debbi in SO CA

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