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It’s not too early to register your quilt for the show! The Country Quilters will hold their thirteenth biannual quilt show on September 24 and September 25 from 10a.m. until 4p.m. at the Pine Bush High School, 156 State Route 302, Pine Bush, NY.
In addition to an amazing quilt display, the show will include, guest speaker Susan Reich, Invitational of Antique Quilts –“Scrap Happy,” a gallery talk, a judged show, a variety of quilt related vendors, a craft supply sale, a block contest, a boutique with Quilts and quilt related items for sale, demonstrations, door Prizes, AQS Appraisals by Sue Reich, and raffle prizes which include Quilt, Quilter’s Attic gift certificate or a handmade basket full of quilting fabric, and a raffle to support the guild’s Pine Bush High School Scholarships!
Food and beverages will be available for purchase. For more information about the show, how to register your quilt, and how to become a member of the guild or a vendor for the show visit the guild’s web site: www.countryquilters.org Contact Cyndi Beres at 845-283-6815 or RBERES@hvc.rr.com or more information.
In an attempt to raise funds for batting for the charity quilts the group donates throughout the year, the Country Quilters' guild will also be selling craft supplies. If you can help by donating, please drop off craft items including: fabric, sewing supplies, scrapbooking supplies, crocheting and knitting supplies, including craft books and magazines, etc. to the Walker Valley Schoolhouse on Mondays or Tuesdays. Call 744-3055 for more information on craft donations. The Craft supply sale will take place at the Guild’s Quilt show on Sept 24 and 25 at Pine Bush High School from 10a.m. until 4p.m.
About Our Guild:
The Country Quilters' Guild was founded in 1986 with nine members. Today our membership has grown to include more than 60 quilt enthusiasts. The purpose of our guild is to promote interest and encourage participation in the art of quiltmaking. Our goal is to stimulate and coordinate the efforts and talents of individuals who are interested in quilting.
It is always wonderful to see our guild family growing! Quilting is a tradition which was born out of necessity and frugality, but in our lifetime it has grown to be so much more. We quilt today for a variety of reasons -- for comfort, for relaxation, to carry on a family tradition, to create art. We all look forward to the show and tell sessions! So new members, please share your quilts and projects -- they are such an inspiration to others!