Tales Of A Fourth Generation Textile Executive: Happy Independence Day!

Happy Monday Folks!  It is the summer, so every chance I get to sneak away with a lazy boy blog, I take it.  Sorry folks, but happy boring Scott is also trying to enjoy his summer and the nice long weekend.

Anyway, we should all take a moment to relish the fact that we are now an independent nation.  This is a great country that we all live in and we should all be very thankful.  With that, please make sure to eat a lot of nitrates, red meat and sweets….bearing red, white and blue of course. Also, make sure to have a couple of cocktails to celebrate the special day…if that is what you are in to. Personally, I don’t drink much, except on days that end in Y.

Finally, I wanted to say that in spite of me being lazy this week, I do have lots of blogs in the cue.  I did realize that I never wrote a post quilt market Jaftex dinner blog and I need to post that among a lot of other stuff on my mind.  Stay tuned.

Be safe and be smart.  Don’t drink and drive.  And don’t drink and sew either.

Have fun!

Summer Scott

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Author: Scott Fortunoff

Author of Tales of 4th Generation Textile Executive Blog. President of Studioe Fabrics, The Blank Quilting Corp. and A.E. Nathan Co., Inc. Co-President of FreeSpirit Fabrics. V-P of Henry Glass Fabrics. President of Scott’s Free Sewing Machines. Creator of the #sewrevolution.

1 thought on “Tales Of A Fourth Generation Textile Executive: Happy Independence Day!”

  1. Happy belated 4th! We spent the long weekend with friends and family, but I did get a chance to sew a little. I decided to honor out great nation, and those men and women who serve to protect it, by working on some blocks for Tana Mueller’s American Honor block drive and a Quilt of Valor.

    I look forward the Market post!

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