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Thanks to Corry Williams for her most excellent photo documentation of the Convention; and to Mary Zeh Kuhr, for her friendly & knowledgeable photo commentary.
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Here are photos of award-winning baskets from the Exhibit Room.




Susan Coyle looks like the cat who swallowed the canary!
Susan Coyle looks like the cat who swallowed the canary!
Well done, Madam Coordinator.
Well done, Madam Coordinator.
Karen Griffith puts the finishing touches on her Mamas Catchall
Karen Griffith puts the finishing touches on her "Mama's Catchall."
Little Phillip Simpsonis as tall as his dad, Joel, now.
"Little" Phillip Simpson is as tall as his dad, Joel, now.
Susanna Miller and the hat
Susanna Miller and the hat
The next four photos depict murderous women who would do ANYthing to get a Flo Hoppe class...  Linda Rolfe
The next four photos depict murderous women who would do ANYthing to get a Flo Hoppe class: Linda Rolfe
Janie Jones
Janie Jones
Christine Law
Christine Law
Jackie Quirk
Jackie Quirk
Finally Mr. Flo comes with the Dove Bars
Finally! Mr. Flo comes with the Dove Bars.
Shannon Murphy
Shannon Murphy
Is Dolores VonRosen Fibbonacci-ing one of her students here?
Is Dolores VonRosen Fibbonacci-ing one of her students here?
Jim Rutherford shows how its done
Jim Rutherford shows how it's done.
These early classes will kill you without a morning jolt says Jean Sloop-Davis
"These early classes'll kill you without a morning jolt," says Jean Sloop-Davis
So many baskets, so few opportunities to stuff the ballot box.
So many baskets, so few opportunities to stuff the ballot box.
Lita Leichter tells her student, So much for the twill. From here on, it's all down hill.
Lita Leichter tells her student, "So much for the twill. From here on, it's all down hill."
Kathy Double Wall Tessler and friend
Kathy "Double Wall" Tessler and friend
Lynn Hoyt and Pamela Zimmerman without their winning baskets, but just look at those winning smiles
Lynn Hoyt and Pamela Zimmerman without their winning baskets, but just look at those winning smiles
Thats why she looked so guilty.  Susan Coyle stole Eileen LaPortes bubbles
That's why she looked so guilty. Susan Coyle stole Eileen LaPorte's bubbles

Lynn Hoyt helping someone in her chip carving class
photo by Dianne Masi
Pattie Bagley, Mary Kuhr
 and Joanne Howard "Three Walkers in Search of a Street"
Pattie Bagley, Mary Kuhr and Joanne Howard

are all tarted up in their feather boas at Teachers' Marketplace, Convention 2004. Alas, buyers were more interested in awls and reed cutters than they were in the charms of these three beauties.


And speaking of tarts! . . .

Walt Wagner added to the excitement of the Saturday Night Raffle when he sashayed around in Ingrid Quick' s raffle offering. It was VERY hard for Walt to give it up to the winner.
3/23/04 Lucky Anna Hudson of Brasstown, NC was the winner of the Barbara Gilbert Memorial Scholarship, an award given annually by Suzanne Moore's NC Basket Works. The scholarship is given by means of a drawing to a person attending his or her first NCBA Convention. Congratulations, Anna!
Here are photos of award-winning baskets from the Exhibit Room.


Bonnie Kuhr is getting a scrapbook together of past NCBA activities. Please send hard copies of photos to her address as listed in the member roster.

If you have photos of weaving evens, or other news of interest to NCBA members, please send it to:
Cathy Schneider, web reporter; or Pamela Zimmerman, web technician. Please include as complete information as possible, including names of individuals shown in photos!
If you have no means of digitizing your pictures, send to Pamela at their address in the member's roster. Please send SASE if you would like the photos returned!


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