Broaden your q-horizons and find out what’s new in the world o’ fiber by attending an upcoming regional or national quilt show. Where else will you find such excitement, inspiration and energy (plus great treats to buy)? You know you want to!
2014Aug. 9 to Sept. 21 30 Quilts for 30 Years by Caryl Bryer Fallery-Gentry Visions Art Museum: Contemporary Quilts + Textiles 2825 Dewey Rd. San Diego, Caliifornia 92106
To celebrate her 30 years as an award-winning quilt maker and textile artist, Caryl has gathered some of her favorite and note-worthy quilts. Caryl’s work is some of the most influential in the q-niverse and her distinctive style is shown in her pulsating colors and swirling shapes. An opening reception will be held on Aug. 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is $5. For more information, go to visionsartmuseum.org or call 619-546-4872.
Oct 5 to 6
Westside Quilters Guild, Hillsboro OR
TRADITIONS/TRANSITIONS Quilt Show
Tuality Hospital Education Center
334 SE 8th Ave. (at Baseline) in Hillsboro, Oregon
Free covered parking, just steps from the Max Stop at Tuality Hospital.
Over 150 quilts on display with: Vendors, Door Prizes, Boutique, Raffle Quilt, Bed Turning by Latimer Quilt and Textile Center, Quilts from The Bill Volckening Collection, and an Historic Quilting Display.
Featured Quilters speaking daily: author of Thoroughly Modern Dresden, Anelie Belden, and Redwork pro Jean Gordon. Admission: is $6. For more information and $1 off coupon, go to WestsideQuilters.org or call 503-433-4057.
Quilting In the Desert
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