Re: [Finger Lakes Paperfolders] Hello
According to my map you are near Delhi, in the catskills.
We are in or near Ithaca, which is at the southern tip of Cayuga Lake. My
guess is it takes close to two hours to travel between us. But you are
more than welcome to come visit us!
Here is text of note Angela wrote awhile ago:
Anita Barbour kindly agreed to let us scan and post
her diagrams for the leaf letter. We don't know who
designed the model, so if it looks familiar, please
let us know. Thanks!
You can see the diagrams here:
We do quite a lot of things from books and memory.
- Hi Sissy,
Most of us are in the Fingerlakes/Ithaca area. We
don't collect scans of our models, except for what's
available at our website
We're thinking of having a meeting in February. At
this point the 17th is looking best for me. We can
have it at my house, if we like. (We've been rotating
the meetings; last one was at Eileen's apartment
complex, the one before that was at a local mall.)
P.S. Here are driving directions to Ithaca. Mapquest
says it's about 90 miles.
--- sissyann@... wrote:
> Hi I am new at this craft and a friend of mine went=====
> to Japan and
> bought me lots of paper --does anyone have scans of
> the designs you
> make? i live in Hamden New york --which is upstate
> New york --are any
> of you near this area? sissy
> click on see my work
> floral & pressed flowers
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- I may not be in Ithaca until the 23rd and may miss the meeting.
However, I was wondering if there are any inexpensive places to stay for a
day or two?
Any information will be appreciated.
Best as always,
Michael E. Kanarek
17 Clinton Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401