National Quilting Day

Hey, did you know this Saturday (March 19th) is National Quilting Day?  The NQA site says the day is dedicated to “fellowship, fun, [and] outreach”.  They have a free pattern to celebrate the day here.  If you are lucky enough to live near or be visiting the International Quilt Study Center and Museum you can get in free and there are some lectures, too.  Check out their flyer here.  Oh and a lot of shops are having sales or hosting other events to celebrate.  Check out your own shop or visit the sale at Fabric.com.

So what do you plan to do?  Leave me a comment and let me know!  I hope to be working on quilting The Husband’s quilt – the one made from the kiddo’s artwork.  It will get finished…eventually!!

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One Response to National Quilting Day

  1. Janet says:

    I plan on working on blocks for a quilt block exchange. Should I get those finished I have an Amy Butler handbag that I am making for my daughter.

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