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    Permalink 09:01:34 am, by dtirico Email , 128 words   English (US) latin1
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    On Saturday April 11th Pennsylvania Quilters sponsored the 3rd Annual Girl Scout Learn to Sew program at the St. Pauls Lutheran church in Mountaintop, PA. Four quilt teachers including Sue McNichols, Helene Maszeroski, Doreen Kramer and myself taugh 24 g… more »


    Permalink 08:00:00 am, by dtirico Email , 122 words   English (US) latin1
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    Redwood City, CA - for immediate release: C&T Publishing, a California based publisher specializing in quilting and sewing books, has contracted with Deborah Gale Tirico to produce her first book.  The how-to manuscript covers 8 patterns including ta… more »


    Permalink 08:13:33 am, by dtirico Email , 124 words   English (US) latin1
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    I was fortunate enought to organize a class, with a ton of help of my friend Irene Anderson, with members of the two EGA chapters, Red Rose and the Molly Pitcher stitchers. The class will be taught at Blue Bonnet Studio Time in Austin Texas in February 2… more »


    Permalink 12:32:13 pm, by dtirico Email , 215 words   English (US) latin1
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    Teaching at the South Central REgion of the EGA I had a great time and seemed to have lured a few new fans to the fun of felted wool appliqué. When they say Lazzez le bon temp rouler they mean business and for 2 days we were having a gret time with out p… more »


    Permalink 11:05:53 am, by dtirico Email , 311 words   English (US) latin1
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    I was honored to once again be on the faculty of the Great Lakes Region seminar "A Grand Time for Stitching" in Gran Rapids Michigan. I was so pleased to be united with my friends in the region, teach a few classes and learn from my students.  It was an… more »

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    About Deborah

    Deborah Tirico is an avid quilter, needle artist and instructor. A serious student, Deborah has taken classes in embroidery, piecework, appliqué hand and machine quilting. In 2006 she launched originals designs in felted wool appliqué with embroidery embellishments under the name Pemberley House. Her area of specialization is the creation of a sculptural look to felted wool appliqué by using needle tilting techniques and the layering and stuffing of wool pieces. Unlike the primitive felted wool embroidery popular today, Deborah’s designs feature matching and overdyed wool threads and embroidery embellishments which enhance and define the clarity of her subject.