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Mary Alice Espinoza
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  • La Mesa, NM
  • United States
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About Me
I've been sewing since my teens. I got into quilting thanks to a co-worker who took me to my first Log Cabin quilt class, and I never get enough of fabrics or quilt patterns. It's definitely a passion in my life. I also sew garments, but quilting gives me the most pleasure. Garment fitting is a pain at times.

I've recently retired from teaching at a local school district. I taught K-6 grade students in Reading and Math Intervention. My gift to myself was the Janome Horizon 7700 for my home, and the Pfaff Passport to take to classes.
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, paper piecing, embroidery, general sewing
My pets are awesome!
Raisinette, a black cat with gorgeous green eyes! Couldn't resist getting her!

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At 10:53am on March 22, 2016, Debra Mathews said…

Thanks for the nice comment. I just try and work with what I have. So many fabric fairies. So little time. Lol

At 5:46am on June 6, 2015, lea said…

Love watching such great movie.

At 5:18am on February 28, 2015, Joan said…

Mary, thank you for answering my question about Chili Rellenos.  Beginning to feel swamped by all the activity on Little Quilts group, LOL!  

At 4:07pm on February 18, 2015, Cindy said…
Have a quick question for you about the fabric in your Downton Abbey quilt kit. The feather fabric #2. Is yours a bright/lighter blue or very dark blue/black? I am thinking the shop I ordered from sent the wrong fabric as it's the blacker one. Also just saw the Christmas line that's due to ship in June and Ebony will have a mystery for it. Woohoo. The Fat Quarter Shop has all of them online. (And their prices are less) anyhoo, just curious about the 'tone' of blue you have.
At 10:15am on August 15, 2014, MaryAgnes/NYC said…

Greeting Card - Dear Twilight, Sincerely Trekkies

At 10:11am on July 2, 2014, Anita McIntire said…

Thanks Mary Alice!  I'm excited too.  It should be a great Gifty season.

At 1:13am on January 15, 2014, Marianne said…

Deborah,  I totally agree.  My psychology degree covered many thing but I was fascinated with the dyslexia module.  It was amazing my eldest son was and is dyslexic with an I.q. of 145.  You cannot imagine the problems we had with the teaching staff, the had no idea how to deal with him.  Intellectually he was years ahead of his peers but his written work was appalling.  He said to the head teacher in one of his frustrations...I don't need to write, I will employ a good secretary, he could reason amazingly well. He now is a grown adult, very successful businessman, engineer and fly his own plain, that was a boy who could have been cast aside, if I did not have the knowledge. 1 in 5 boys and 1 in 10 girls are dyslexic to some degree.  How often have we known someone saying oh, I'm a terrible speller, I hope this posting is of some interest

Marianne   u.k

At 1:05pm on January 13, 2014, Samara--OH said…

Thanks Mary, I will put the date in my phone.

At 4:53pm on January 10, 2014, Lou Ann Brach/MD said…

My first class is tomorrow from 1 - 3:30. Woohoo!!!

At 11:56am on January 1, 2014, Deborah Calyo said…

I have been complaining about the same sort of thing for years. A kid can be super in math but still do poorly on the test due to reading problems. It's really not fair. We should at very least be able to read the test to him. That's not going to affect his ability to do the math. We have a lot of Hispanic kids in our district here: Mexican, Equadorian, etc., as well as a large Jamaican population. Even if they attended (or supposedly attended) school in Jamaica, they come with almost no skills.


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