TUESDAY, APRIL 10th
1-3 p.m. | 7-9 p.m.
April 2018 Program
I travel full time by RV, speaking to quilt guilds, libraries, civic organizations–whoever would like to hear more about barn quilts! My talk will take you on a journey along the quilt trail, beginning with the very first barn quilt, which stemmed from Donna Sue Groves and her wish to honor her mother’s quilting art. The presentation features over one hundred stunning photographs of barn quilts, some of which rival cloth quilts in their intricacy. Both afternoon and evening lectures are, “Following the Barn Quilt Trail”. You will hear stories of some of the individuals who have painted quilt blocks to honor loved ones or their local culture, along with a few humorous anecdotes. The presentation is both informative and entertaining, as we explore the way in which our quilting heritage takes on new meaning as this movement continues to expand.
Be sure to check out the article on the workshop offered to make your very own Barn Quilt. You won’t want to miss this fun workshop!