Join us for this workshop, ‘Spring Small Fabric Mosaic Quilt‘. Ann Loveless has developed a very distinctive quilting technique working from photographs. She is a two time winner of Artprize in Grand Rapids, Michigan. You will make a 7″ x 10″ spring fabric mosaic landscape art quilt. It will involve cutting and fusing fabrics to create a background. It will be free-motion machine quilted. Additional fusing and cutting of trees, flowers and leaves will create a beautiful spring woodland scene. $55. Members of the Marie Webster Quilt Guild or members of The Quilters Hall of Fame $50. Register Here.
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Celebrate National Quilting Day by attending this fabric and quilt dating workshop with Arnold Savage. Free workshop, registration required. Following the workshop, attendees will head to Brook’s Upper Crust Pizza for lunch, and then take in Savage’s exhibit, Arnold Savage: My Family’s Life In Textiles, at the Quilters Hall of Fame. Register Here. Workshop 10am-12pm, lunch 12:30-1:30pm, tour 2pm-3pm.
This all day workshop introduces students to Ann Loveless. Ann has developed a very distinctive quilting technique working from photographs. She is a two-time winner of ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, Michigan..Workshop $10. Members of the Marie Webster Quilt Guild or members of the Quilters Hall of Fame $5. Register Here.
This quilt exhibit features quilts by Arnold Savage and his family members. The quilts date from the 1880’s to the present and include a wide variety of traditional and contemporary designs and fabrics. Exhibit open Tues-Sat 1oam-4pm. $4 General Admission, Seniors (65+) and Students $3, children under 12 no admission charge when accompanied by an adult. Groups $3 per person. Tuesday – Saturday.
Visit ‘Enrolled Upon the Bed: 200 years of American Name-Inscribed Quilts‘ featuring the quilt collection of Xenia Cord. Admission $4, $3 for those over 65 and students, $1 for ages 6-12, no admission charge for under age 6. Tuesday-Saturday .
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 »
Visit ‘It’s An Honor To Honor The Honorees’ exhibit at the Quilters Hall of Fame. The exhibit features the work of QHF honorees. Admission $4, $3 for seniors and students, $1 for children ages 6-12, and free for children under 6 years of age. Tuesday – Saturday.
View ‘Shine Bright‘, an exhibit featuring modern quilts curated by Heather Givans. $4 General Admission, Seniors (65+) and Students $3, Children (6-12) $1, children under 6 no admission charge. Tuesday-Saturday.