Posts Tagged: marie webster

Quilters Hall of Fame

International in scope, the Quilters Hall of Fame was founded by Hazel Carter of Vienna, VA to celebrate and document the lives of those who have made outstanding contributions to the world of quilting. View unique quilts in the beautiful surroundings of Marie Webster’s restored Colonial Revival house. Explore the studio where Marie wrote her landmark book in the early 1900’s and where she conducted her quilt business. Each year during the 3rd week of July, a quilting celebration with a variety of classes and lectures is offered as a new honoree to the Hall of Fame is inducted. The… Read more »

Quilters Hall of Fame Celebration

Auctions, house tours, workshops, exhibits, and lectures by some of the biggest names in quilting, as well as the induction of the new honoree, Xenia Cord. Xenia owns Legacy Quilts, an antique quilt brokerage and from 1990-2001 produced ‘Quilt America!’, a national convention for quilt enthusiasts. Displays, exhibits, appraisals,workshops, classes and lectures taught by the leading quilt experts held at Marion Public Library, the Marie Webster House,  Sunnycrest Baptist Church, the Matter Park Garden House, and the Roseburg Event Center. Daily open house at the PCC & St. Louis Train Depot on Washington St. Live and Silent Auctions feature many… Read more »