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I am remodeling an old church and parsonage into a quilt retreat in Northern Iowa. I am looking for advice. Any absolute "Do's" or "Don'ts"?  I want to make this as quilter friendly as possible!

Thanks in advance!


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Angele replied on Sat, Sep 14 2013 10:03 PM

Oooo, I'm dreaming already! Nancy this would be so much fun! I would finally meet some of the wonderful people I talk to everyday here!

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Patti replied on Sat, Sep 14 2013 10:38 PM

I would love to go to this.  Depends on the time of year.    and finances.


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Hi Julie

The setting looks awesome.

We would like really good internet access.  WIFI please.


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For you summer retreaters - the church and parsonage have central air. WIFI has been a challenge, being so rural, but it will be there! We may have to build our own tower, but scrapbookers who use the retreat also, tend to need it, too!


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I totally agree. I dont mind paying a bit extra to have a small room of my own. Nothing fancy needed.  Dont even need tv, just a small room to sleep and dress.  It would be great to set up like freshman dorms.  4 small rooms with a kitchen and bathroom shared. Nice pod

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