Quilting 101 in Troy

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The Tender Lovin’ Quilters of Troy will host Quilting 101 at the Troy United Methodist Fellowship Hall on Saturday., Feb. 9.

All are welcome to the all-day event. The morning demonstrations are free to the general public with no sign up needed to maintain and promote the art of quilting. Registration is required for the afternoon class.

Beginning at 9 a.m., a variety of short demonstrations will be given on numerous quilting related subjects including — but not limited to — how to get started, applique, stack ‘n whack, Dresden crazy, cathedral windows, binding basics, dimensional patchwork, versatile half square triangles, scraps and more.

Door prizes will be given out randomly and the guild will have a Treasure Trove table with quilting related items for sale.

A potluck potato bar luncheon will be served at noon, followed by an afternoon hands-on class.

The afternoon class participants will be making a charm pack tote bag. This class will require supplies, sewing machine and preregistration.

Anyone interested may sign up via e-mail pksargent70@yahoo.com or call Pattie at 295-8007.

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