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National Quilting Day
March 21, 2015

Drawings - Specials
Gadget Girl is back with an all new "Tool Time"

NQA featured Quilt
Crooked path
Stop in for your free pattern


Toes In the Sand

Block of the Month
Block 3

March 14; 10:30am-1:30pm
$6 / month=2 blocks

Pattern Book - Required
$25.50 ($30 reg)

Hex'n More Ruler - optional
$20.36 ($23.95 reg)

SAVE 15% on supplies

NEW! Thangles BOM
coming April/May 2015

Stop by and join our B.O.M.!!!

Due to the strike at the docks in California - our batik shipment has been delayed. We have heard that the strike settled early this week and our fabric is expected to ship by the end of March.


A Brief History of National Quilting Day

In 1989, the Kentucky Heritage Quilt Society organized a "Quilters' Day Out" on the third Saturday of March to celebrate the rich tradition of quilt making in Kentucky. In 1991, the NQA officers were so enthused with the concept and success of "Quilters'Day Out" that they voted to take it to a national level.

The first National Quilting Day was observed in 1992 and since then it has grown into a global celebration for all quiltmakers and quilt lovers. Helen Storbeck, one of the founders of National Quilting Day, wrote in The Quilting Quarterly, "Groups of quilters were encouraged to hold special events, publishers and shop owners were invited to sponsor promotions especially for quilters and it quickly became a grassroots endeavor with quilters in every part of the country participating.  In the first year of National Quilting Day, quilters in other countries asked to participate. They were welcomed with open arms. As our feelings of a community network has evolved to include a world community, it is only appropriate that quilters and quilt lovers everywhere united to give recognition to the special art form."

Table-Runner of
the Month Club

Sunday, April 12


Table-Runner of
the Month Club

Sunday, May 3
(2nd Sunday this month)


Table-Runner of
the Month Club

Sunday, June 14
(2nd Sunday this month)