It has been good to welcome people back to the classroom, and to see all the projects that have been completed during the lockdowns. Hopefully, we will be able to enjoy the holiday this year with family and friends.
Check out the following classes and workshops, sure to interest you…
Representatives from the Multifaith Housing Project visited The Country Quilter this morning, Nov 16, to present a plaque of recognition for the many quilts donated to our veterans. Suzanne and Sue were pleased to thank Diana, Deborah and Ann personally, and extended the thank you to all who contributed.
There is a need for touch quilts again! These special quilts can help calm those with dementia. You don’t need to be a quilter to help with this project, just a sewer. All materials are provided, just bring your machine, scissors, thread, and a willingness to help.
Jane Roszell is the instructor, she comes with great expertise, patience and fabrics! Cost is FREE, if your quilt is donated back to the shop for distribution to area long term care centers, otherwise $20. Come and make a quilt to donate, in the spirit of the season.
We are pleased to announce our popular Tuesday morning Finishing School is continuing, each week, from 10-1pm.
This drop in group works on their own projects and socializes with other quilters. Most people bring hand work, stitching, knitting, applique… It is always interesting to see what others are doing and to share ideas.
Please bring some of your wonderful work, or ‘Show and Tell’ items, or just enjoy the company! Cost: $3.