Stitch In Time Quilt Exhibit at Museum Through August
The Stitch In Time Quilt Guild is, once again, displaying it’s colorful quilts at the Warren County Historical Society Museum on Walton Street in Warrenton, from now through August. After filling the museum with its eye catching quilts last summer, this summer’s collection of quilts are based on a theme. The President of the group challenged each of its members to make something from fabric that originated from something other than a bolt of material. This could include drapes, curtains, upholstery, and clothing. The finished product could be a quilt, bag, pot holder, or anything useful. If you visit the museum you can see the beautiful and creative results.
Stich In Time is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and proudly boasts a membership of 60. Within the organization are several award winning quilters and designers from four surrounding counties. The organization holds its meetings at 9:00 am, on the first Tuesday of each month at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Warrenton. Visitors are welcome and it is stressed that you don’t have to be a quilter to join.