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Colored Hair Everywhere

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At Road 2017, the trend was definitely colored hair.

Kerri owns the Painted Lady Quilt Shop in Redlands, California. She came to Road 2017 with her friend Terri who works at the shop. Kerri has always dyed her hair but when she became widowed 3 years ago, she stopped. Two days before Road began, Kerri decided to start dying her hair again.  Aysheh (with the orange hair) and Valerie (with the purple hair) are friends from Riverside, California.  They belong to the Inland Empire Quilt Guild and volunteer at Road with the white glove program, carefully showing the winning the quilts to the guests. On being a white glove lady, Valerie says she “loves being close to the quilts, meeting and talking to people, and getting a free registration.” Aysheh likes the variety Road offers, like having the Tentmakers from Egypt.   Dani from Lancaster, California has been quilting for four years. She quilts to “take a break” from being a full-time mom and law student. Dani has been coloring her hair since she was 11. Road 2017 was Dani’s first time at the show. She came with her mother and her sons. What was Dani’s first impression?  “It is good.” Brand new quilter, Gina, from West Covina, California, has made several quilts and bags. She was hoping to get ideas for her next quilt at Road 2017. Gina came with the other quilters in her family: her sister, mother, and her sister’s mother-in-law. Even her dad, Alexander, came along. He likes to give his opinions on fabric choices and helps find the latest tools. Everyone is welcomed at Road where artistic expression is valued and supported.  ]]>

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