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School Block Challenge

The School Block Challenge is great program for our young children in the community. Each of them can apply to be a part of the program, in which they will receive 3 fabrics to use for their block. Children from grades K-12 are allowed to participate in the challenge. They are also allowed for an…
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Street Fair 2019

This past weekend on August 17th we had a great time at a local street fair! The street fair is a event that is hosted by Market House Theatre for kids to come out and have a good time before school starts. Our Education Department set up a stand for an activity to do with…
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Young quilters have fun at Quilt Camp 2019

At the end of June we held our annual Quilt Camp for youth ages 7-17. This year 61 campers from Kentucky, Illinois & Tennessee participated in the Beginner, Intermediate & Advanced sessions. Campers spent four half-days learning a variety of quilting skills and techniques. Younger quilters focused on machine piecing, ironing, and hand tying a…
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Hollis Chatelain workshop painting with Procion Dye

Two and three day on-site workshops with renowned quilting educators provide adults of varying skill levels the opportunity to learn new skills. In this workshop, you will learn how to paint images with Procion dyes on cotton from instructor Hollis Chatelain. Learning to control the dyes will be emphasized. Among other things, we will cover…
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