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Family Festival and Craft Fair turns 42 this Saturday, and it's still growing. The event, which hosted 45 craftspeople in 2007 and 50 in 2009 will feature more than 70 artisans this year.
Fiber College of Maine, the largest fiber arts education gathering on the East Coast, will take place Wednesday through Sunday, Sept.
Sew News is excited to bring you news on Nancy Zeiman's live, interactive webcast starting September 13, 2014.
EIGHTY year old Canberran, Dorothy Fletcher, a representative member of Canberra Lacemaking Association, will showcase her fine lacework at Australia's most popular craft and quilting event, the Canberra Craft & Quilt Fair.
Quilt Show from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 22 and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 23, at the Cruso Commnity Center, on U.S. Highway 276 S. Admission is free.
Secretary of State Ken Detzner invites the public to the 33rd Annual Capital City Quilt Show: Starry Starry Night, September 12 through October 19, at the Museum of Florida History.
Women filed into a classroom at an East Los Angeles community center. Some came alone, some in groups of two and three.
The Sun Country Quilters Guild will be holding the monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 25 at the Red Bluff Community and Senior Center, 1500 S. Jackson St. This month the guest speaker will be Linda Wagner and her topic will be "make mine scrappy."
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. Some of the top quilting artists around are in Grand Rapids for Quilt Week at DeVos Place on August 20 through 23. Quilt Week features exhibits of quilts that range from something warm to snuggle in to works of art that hang on the wall.
CHICOPEE, Mass. Quilt till you wilt this summer! Allison McAlear and Marsha Molloy, an instructor at the Holyoke Creative Arts Center showed us how easy quilting can be.
Tickets are available for the Friendship Quilt Raffle at View arts center here. This year's quilt is titled "Asia Meets The ADK's."
Medallion Quilt, attributed to Elizabeth Welsh , circa 1830. Cotton, 110 A1 2 x 109 in.
Marianne Fons & Liz Porter, the most popular quilters on public television, continue their quilting series full of fun, in-depth demonstrations on the art and craft of creating beautiful quilts.
Dorothy Macklin, a member of the Circle Beth Sewing Group, works on a quilt for a show that will be Saturday and Sunday at the United Presbyterian Church on the corner of Seventh Street and Macon Avenue.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 02:12 am
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