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Thread: USA Quilt Shows post here so we can all enjoy for 2009

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    Hi,

    If you know of any quilt shows, please post ciyt, state here with the name of the show, location, state, etc. , weblink and dates of show and hours so we can all enjoy them. Who knows we might be able to meet others at the show and have a fun day!

    I will post some in a few as it is storming now in Indiana and need to get off of pc.

    So I guess housework is calling me ha ha

    Karen

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    Richmond, Indiana May 15 - 17, 2009

    This is a quilt show that I just found out about:

    3rd Bi-Annual Wayne County Extension Homemakers Quilt Show
    Wayne Co. Fairgrounds, 861 Salisbury Rd. N., Richmond
    Fri.-10 a.m.-6p.m., Sat.-10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun.-12 p.m.-4 p.m.
    765-973-9281

    May 15-17, 2009
    Featured quilters, local quilts, merchant mall, mini lessons, demonstrations, quilt blocking and more!
    Lunch available on site.
    Bring a 10 1/2" quilt block to be enterned into a drawing.
    Admission: $5.00

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    Great idea! :lol:

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    There area several quilt shows this weekend in S. Ca. The one I want to attend is in Redlands this Saturday only and includes a home tour of beautiful old houses.

    Redlands' Smiley Park will be decorated with 300 quilts May 16 when the Redlands Citrus Belt Quilters hold their annual show, titled "Continuing Our Heritage."

    Four heritage homes, each hung with vintage quilts, will be open for touring from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    The tour route begins in Smiley Park near the Lincoln Shrine. The McClure home at 24 Eureka St. is the first on the route. Originally a doctor's home, it has its original turn-of-the-century woodwork, said show chairwoman Janet Edmonds.

    The Templeton house at 308 Grant St. was the home of the city's first constable and, despite many renovations, maintains its original farmhouse feel, Edmonds said. It has a new kitchen and painted roses on the office floor.

    The 316 W. Fern Ave. residence of Jean Hyman is 120 years old and a designated Redlands Heritage Home. The owner, a longtime rug hooker, has lived in the house for 60 years. Her handmade rugs will be featured along with quilts made by her mother and grandmother Read Full Article...
    Click here: Quilt show and home tour slated for Redlands on May 16 | Riverside County | PE.com | Southern California News | Ne

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    :D :D I will be there Pats 8e8!

    judee

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    Quiltfest 2009 Oct 16 & 17, 2009 North Georgia Technical College Blairsville, Georgia presented by Misty Mountain Quilters Guild

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