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April 2017

Daniel Kardos – April 2017 Workshop

April 27, 2017

Dan started quilting over 16 years ago, with simply a needle, some thread, and scraps from his mother’s collection. He wanted to create something from nothing. It turned out that his style of quilting would be unplanned, unconventional, and unapologetic. While his skills have improved over the years, his quilting philosophy remains the same. Recently, Dan has added embroidery to his growing list of creative sewing ventures. Check out his new business, Rusticly Ever After (rusticlyeverafter.com). When he’s not quilting,…

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October 2017

Karen Kay Buckley Workshop

October 21, 2017

Lutheran church at 3 S Third St, Mifflintown COST: $40 to guild, $27 to Karen at workshop. For additional information contact Roxanne Boyer at: rlboyer#3@verizon.net LARGER IMAGE: http://www.karenkaybuckley.com/classes-detail.php?ID=33. SUPPLY LIST: http://www.karenkaybuckley.com/userfiles/file/HEART%20TO%20HEART%205.pdf

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March 2018

Spring 2018 Workshop

March 31, 2018

March or April (Date Pending) Ann King from the York Quilter’s Guild will be conducting a workshop on how to make an interleave quilt. The interleave quilt is pieced using a quilt-as-you-go technique in which thin strips of fabric are sewn to batting and backing. The interleave design results from cutting these strips from two panels of fabric and piecing alternate strips from each panel. You will be making an 18-inch square interleave quilt with .5-inch stripes that can be…

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October 2018

Robert DeCarli’s Tribal Campfire

October 27, 2018

Saturday October 27, 2018

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Community Education

The Community Education Chairperson, Connie Holland, acts as a liaison between the Guild and the public for the promotion of the art of quilt making.  Upon request, she arranges  to show quilts and related items to community groups (nursing homes, etc) that are interested in seeing them. Donations from the community group are gladly accepted.

For more information, please contact Connie Holland at  yorkquiltersguild@gmail.com.