Virginia Gunn examines a brief period when both fashionable clothing and quilts were made from woven fabrics, like gingham and chambray. It helps explain the demise of the long reign of calico and the transition to the colorfast vat-dyed prints of the 1930s.
Friday, July 20, 2018, 4:30 - 5:30, Marion Public Library, Marion, IN.
Cost is $20. Quilters Hall of Fame members use coupon code "member" for $5 discount.