Celebrating the Art of Quilting

Enrolled Upon the Bed Lecture

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Xenia Cord shares how we like leaving our names where future generations may see them. Since the 1820s in this country, quilts with names, messages, and significant fabrics have been used as ways of connecting friends and family, as financial and emotional support for causes and social needs. Although quilt fads have come and gone, name-inscribed quilts have endured for nearly 200 years.

Thursday, July 19, 2018, 9:30am - 10:30am, Marion Public Library, Marion, IN. Meeting Room B.

The Cost is $20. Quilters Hall of Fame members use coupon code "member" for $5 discount.

Be sure to register for 3 day admission to all venues.