Blocks of News, Scraps, and Threads of Information - WINTER 2010
Dear Quilting Friends,
I am excited for the “New Year” and all of the new things it brings to
the shop. We have new clubs and blocks of the month starting that
this newsletter will describe the details to, but I am most excited
about the Crazy Ladies Wool Club. We are going to make a wool crazy
quilt! This is so cool, with all the wools, the threads and stitches. The
possibilities are endless and the quilts will be very personal. The club is
based on a book by Jan Mullaly. The book gives you all sorts of little
ideas that you can size to your crazy patches. We are all scrambling to
find our old crazy quilt books we got at rummage sales or maybe do-
nated to the sales, for all of the different stitches they had in them.
The quilt sample to the right was made by Carole Charles, she has been
working on it since November after the Houston show. When she gets
it out to show anyone they are just mesmerized by it and instantly want
to make one. I think this is one of the best things that has happened
at quilt market for awhile.
All of our block of the month patterns we are doing for 2010 are going
to be great quilts, so choose carefully, you know they will fill up fast. There are some nice pieced quilts with vin-
tage fabrics this time along with the wool appliqué Joanne is doing with the Laundry Basket Book, Hop to It!.
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Upcoming Events At Primitive Gatherings!
December 26-31st. END OF YEAR CLEARANCE
January– Charity Month-Make a pillow case, donate fabric to Project Linus and other ways to help. Look for emails on how to participate!
Jan. 14-17th –Vending at Road to California
Feb 27th– Quilt Appraisals with Carol Butzke
Mar 4-6th Spring Shop Hop
Apr. 15-18 Chicago– Spring Quilt Festival
May 1st– May 8th-6 Year Anniversary Event-Don’t miss it!
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CLOSED on Sunday
Join a Club or Block of the Month....This is a sample of the blocks of the month we offer. Some are new
and some are continuations of our ongoing offerings. Sign up soon as space can be limited. If you sign up you are com-
mitting to all blocks in the quilt.
Featherweight Club: Carole Charles and Lisa Bongean
New session starting. Do you have one of those cute machines sitting in a closet and not being used?
Well, we are planning to be an interactive club where we bring our machines and sew! If you don’t
have a featherweight and have always wanted one, we do have some names at the shop of machines for
sale. We are planning projects and exchanges as well as instruction for the care of these little gems.
Our ideas are many so join us for the fun !! Cost is $5 per night. See calendar for dates.
Wool Gathering Club: This is a group that meets and works on the newest wool patterns offered by a variety of de-
signers. The sign-up fee is $25 for 12 months, and this includes an automatic 20% discount
on any hand-dyed wool cut pieces or strips that you purchase as well as a discount on each
monthly project. Project kits are optional but you need to let us know on a month-to-month
basis if you’re interested so we can have enough prepared. See calendar for dates.
NEW! Hop To It! Block of the Month. This quilt is "From My Garden" from the book "Hop
to it!, by Edyta Sitar for Laundry Basket Quilts. The quilt will be made with our Primitive
Gatherings Homespuns with wool appliqués. Finished size is 63 1/2" X 78". The price is $15/
month for 12 months. The book price is $27.95, and it has many more ideas for use of these
blocks and other patterns. Thread kit will be available upon request.
NEW! Stitcher’s Gathering: We are inviting all of our Block of the Month participants to join us on the first Wednes-
day of each month at 6:00pm. with Carole, or the second Thursday of each month at 1:00pm. with Joanne (formerly Ap-
pliqué Club), to sit and hand stitch on your current Block of the Month or catch up on one of your previous Blocks of the
Month (or Week)! These are fun groups and we do lots of demonstrating, talking… covering everything from the latest
books we’ve read to the care and feeding of our families. There is no charge for participating in these groups. Carole
and Joanne just want you to enjoy doing Blocks of the Month as much as they do.
NEW! – Wool Crazy Ladies Club We have a fun new project for you based on the book, Wool Crazy by JoAnn Mullaly.
We will be working on a small wool crazy quilt with lots of folksy wool appliqués and embroidery stitches. We are initially
planning on running this club for 4 months. You will need to purchase the book and your background wool and we will pro-
vide the wool scraps for the appliqués. Bring all your fun threads and come stitch with us. We will be stitching on the
third Thursday of each month at 1:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. In April it will be the fourth Thursday. Hosted by Lisa and
Carole. Cost for all 4 months is $25.
NEW! Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt Block of the
Month. The Farmer’s Wife Sampler Quilt is a
collection of 111 six inch blocks assembled in
a sampler quilt. Each month for 18 month we
will make 6 or 7 blocks for which you will receive 8
fat eights of repro-
duction fabrics. The last months you will receive the sashing, setting and border fab-
rics. The Sampler will finish as a queen size quilt. The Farmer’s Wife book will let you
create a spectacular sampler quilt and includes a CD so you can print templates for the
blocks. Cost is $15 per month, plus book $27.99.
NEW! CIVIL WAR TRIBUTE: Block of the Month. This quilt was designed as a tribute
to the 150 year anniversary of the American Civil War and recalls the drama, battles and
significance of this era. The fabrics designed by Judie Rothermel reflect the historical
accuracy of this time period. The quilt is designed by Homestead Hearth and measures
100x112. It is made up of various sampler blocks, highlighted by a center medallion. Cost
is $24.00 a month for 12 months.
Winter Classes from Primitive Gatherings
What Color Is Light?: Instructor Sharon Olski
Whether you are a beginner or an experienced quilter, you may wonder…what is considered light…what is the difference
between light, medium, and dark? How can I add dimension to my projects? What do I need to look for besides just col-
ors that go together? If you have questions like these, this class will help you find the answers. We will talk about ways
you can make the right choices for your next project. This would be a great start before any Beginning Class or simply a
class to give you confidence in fabric selection for any project.
Wednesday, January 20 6-8:00 pm Class Fee: $15
Rug Hooking (punching): Instructor Lisa Bongean Do you love the look of the old hooked rugs? Come join in on the fun.
Lean to punch using 1/4” wool strips while making a simple rug. You will have a choice between two designs.
Class will cover pattern transfer, punching, and finishing.
Saturday Jan 23, 12-4pm Class Fee $25 plus kit and tool
Piece-ful Start: Beginning Quilting: Instructor: Sharon Olski
Learn the basics of piecing and you will be on your way to growing creativity! In this series of four classes you will be mak-
ing a wall size sampler quilt top. With each block in the series you will learn a piecing technique that is a basic in many quilt
patterns. You will work on the techniques taught during class but will have sewing to do at home. In addition, you’ll learn
about handy tools and simple tips that other quilters use and love. When the classes are done, you and your completed
quilt top will be ready to move on to the finishing and machine quilting classes. Prerequisites:
*have your own sewing machine, in good working condition, and be comfortable using it
*be ready to discover just how creative you can be!
Four Sessions -- Saturdays: Jan. 30, Feb.13, 27 Mar. 13 12:00-3:30 pm OR
Thursdays: Jan. 28, Feb. 11, 25 March 11 10:00-1:30 pm
Class fee: $75 plus book and supplies Class limit: 8
Working With Wool: Instructor Lisa Bongean
This class is for you if you have never worked with wool before or if you are dissatisfied with your wool projects. We will
cover tips and techniques to help you create many beautiful wool projects. Price includes wool kit, pattern and all the sup-
plies needed to do a scrappy tablemat.
Tuesday Feb 23, 1-4 pm 6-9pm Class fee-$40 Bring a scissors
Embroidery Class: Instructor Joanne Blank
Would you like to do some of the embroidery items that are now so popular in our quilt shop? In this class you will learn or
review many embroidery stitches. Our project will be the "Love and Joy" pillow.
Thursday, Feb 4, 1:00-3:00 p.m. or 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Class Fee: $15 plus pattern and supplies
Machine Quilting: Instructor Carole Charles
Do you want to finish your quilt in hours instead of months? This class will acquaint you with the basics of machine quilt-
ing. A variety of quilting styles will be reviewed including in the ditch, continuous lines, no-mark overall designs and using
stencils. Threads, batting, basting and marking methods will also be discussed. This class requires a sewing machine in
good working order with the capability of dropping the feed dogs. A darning or free motion foot is required.
Saturday, April 3, 9:00 – 12:00 Class fee: $25.00
Finishing Touch: Instructor Carole Charles
This is the follow up to the Pieceful Start class. We will cover batting and backing options, and have a hands-on lesson on
binding and labels. Bring your supplies and we will get started on turning your quilt top into a finished quilt. Supplies will
be provided for your binding lesson. Saturday, April 3, 1-4pm Class fee: $20.00
Felted Wool Animals: Instructor Sue Holz
Do you want to learn how to make cute little critters? Sue will help you learn the in’s and out’s of wool needle felting proc-
ess. The book “Wool Pets” has lots of inspiration for you to choose from.
Tuesday, Febuary 16 6:00 to 8:30 pm. Class Fee $15 plus book and supplies
Felted Wool Mittens: Instructor Peggy Dahl
Would you like to learn the “tricks” to making these warm and cozy sweater mittens? Peggy will show you how to sew
these mittens and then how to embellish then in different ways so your mittens will be unique and fun!
Tuesday January 19th 12-3:30pm or 5:30-8pm Class Fee:$15 plus pattern & supplies
Buggy Barn Class: Instructor Jeanine Drzewiecki
If you have never done a Buggy Barn quilt before, now is your chance to learn. Select from your favorite Buggy Barn pat-
tern and come to class to get your blocks done. I will show you how to stack your fabric, cut through your layers, shuffle
your piles and sew them back together, with fast and easy tricks along the way. We will also be eating lunch so you can
bring a dish to pass and share with your fellow quilters.
Sunday, Feb 28th, 10am to 4pm Class Fee: $25 plus supplies
Punch Needle Embroidery Instructor Lisa Bongean
Join Lisa in making your first punch needle project! The little projects are wonderful framed, worn as pendants or given
as gifts. You can choose one of the many designs we carry.
Wednesday, February 17, 6-8 pm or March 6, 1-3 pm Class Fee-$15 plus supplies
Mystery Class: Instructors Deb Sieivert & Lori Kabat
Have you ever heard about “Mystery” quilts? Now is your chance to participate in one. Our pattern is the newest from
Debbie Caffrey, the queen of mystery quilts. This will be a great time of the year to ward off that cabin fever you may
have and join us for a day of fun sewing. You will cut and sew, while we press and pin for you! Lunch will be provided.
Saturday, March 20th, 9:30-4pm Class Fee $40 plus supplies
SCRAP BASKET BLOCKS BASIC INTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING 6” BLOCKS
CUT 1– 2½”X 2½” SQUARE FROM DARK FABRIC
MAKE 20 DARK/LIGHT HALF SQUARE TRIANGLE UNITS, CUT 10 DARK SQUARES AND 10
LIGHT SQUARES 1 7/8” (CAN USE 1” THANGLES INSTEAD
CUT 4-1½” SQUARES OF LIGHT FABRIC
CUT 4-1½”X2½” OF LIGHT FABRIC
LAYOUT BLOCK ACCORDINGLY AND SEW TOGETHER LOOK FOR MORE 6” SCRAPPY
BLOCK PATTERNS. CHECK OUT MY BLOG...MAYBE THEY WILL SHOW UP THERE?….TO BE
LET’S CHALLENGE OURSELVES TO USE OUR
SCRAPS TO MAKE THESE BLOCKS AND SEE
BELOW IS A RECIPE I GOT FROM JUDI C. IT IS A NICE FRESH SALSA DIP WITH BEANS, SO IT IS VERY
HEALTHY UNTIL THE CHIPS COME IN…. BUT THIS IS GREAT FOR PARTIES OR MEXICAN NIGHT!
TEXAS CAVIAR-READ THROUGH RECIPE TO GET ALL INGREDIENTS NEEDED
DRAIN AND RINSE: 1 CAN BLACK BEANS
1 CAN BLACKEYED PEAS
1 CAN CHILI BEANS (SAVE A LITTLE OF THIS SAUCE)
CHOP 3-6 GREEN ONIONS
3-4 GARLIC CLOVES
1-2 RED PEPPERS (OR ORANGE OR YELLOW ONES WILL WORK TOO)
1-2 GREEN PEPPERS
2 FRESH JALEPENO PEPPERS SEEDED
1/3 CUP FRES SHOPPED PARSLEY OR CILANTRO
1/4 CUP RED ONION ADD ZESTY
ITALIAN DRESSING AND HOT SAUCE TO TASTE. MIX ALL TOGETHER AND SERVE WITH
TACO CHIPS- TOSTITOES SCOOPS WORK GOOD TOO.
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it is a lovely appliquéd quilt in batiks, but we made it using wool appliqués on homespun from our
line of fabrics called Simple Gatherings. See the picture of one of the blocks by the descrip-
tion of this block of the month.
We have decided to make January a charity month at Primitive Gatherings. We want to be in-
volved in the 1 MILLION PILLOW CASE CHALLENGE that American Patchwork & Quilting is
promoting in 2010. I have included a great pillow case pattern in this newsletter for you to
make for this event. Please send us your new pillow cases and we will donate them to those in
need who will love them. Here is the link to their site dedicated to this challenge.
Thank you all for a great 2009. There was no recession at Primitive Gatherings. We might all
have cut back on going out to eat, vacationing, buying a new car, but we are not going to give up
getting our hair done or our quilting! With that said, we at Primitive Gatherings Thank You! and wish you the best Holiday
Keep moving forward; don’t look back… I borrowed this from Dove (dark chocolate) seemed appropriate for the new year!
Lisa & Nick Bongean & the Primitive Gatherings Quilt Shop Staff
PILLOW CASE-WEENIE ROLL STYLE
THE PERFECT QUICK GIFT FOR ANYONE, REGARDLESS, OF AGE. PLAN AHEAD WHEN PURCHASING FABRIC TO MAKE THAT
SPECIAL QUILT AND BUY EXTRA FABRIC TO MAKE A SET OF PILLOW CASES TO MATCH. MAKE THEM FOR THE KIDS, FOR ALL THE
HOLIDAYS! PILLOWCASES ARE GOING TO BE THIS YEARS CHARITY CHALLENGE PROJECT. HOW MANY CAN WE MAKE TO DO-
NATE TO HOSPITALS, SHELTERS AND CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS? AMERICAN PATCHWORK & QUILTING MAGAZINE IS
CHALLENGING US (ALL QUILTER’S AS A BUNCH) TO MAKE OVER 1 MILLION PILLOW CASES! TURN YOUR PILLOWCASES INTO
OUR SHOP AND THEY WILL BE COUNTED AND DELIVERED TO THE ABOVE MENTIONS PLACES. PRIMITIVE GATHERINGS HAS
MADE KITS FOR $6 EACH (WHOLESALE PRICE) IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HAVE PRECUT KITS FOR THIS PROJECT.
FABRIC REQUIREMENTS FOR ONE PILLOWCASE:-YOU CAN ELIMINATE THE 2” PIPING– IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO THE PILLOW, IT IS
MAIN BODY 3/4 YARD CUT 27”X 42 (KING PILLOWCASES REQUIRE A YARD FOR THE MAIN BODY)
PIPING 2” (OPTIONAL) CUT 2”X42”
BAND 1/3 YD CUT 2”X 12”
FOLD THE 2” STRIP IN HALF LENGTHWISE AND PRESS, WRONG SIDES TOGETHER.
LAYER YOUR FABRICS AS FOLLOWS, ON THE 42” LENGTH PLACE THE FOLDED PIPING STRIP ON THE
RIGHT SIDE OF THE MAIN FABRIC, RAW EDGES TOGETHER. PLACE THE LENGTHWISE RAW EDGE OF
THE BAND ON TOP OF THE PIPING STRIP SO YOU HAVE A FABRIC SANDWICH LAYERED AS FOLLOWS,
MAIN BODY, PIPING FOLDED IN HALF THEN BAND.
STITCH A SCANT 1/4” ALONG THE RAW EDGE. PRESS THE BAND OUT FROM THE MAIN BODY LEAVING THE PIPING PRESSED TO-
WARDS THE MAIN BODY.
LAY THE FABRIC OUT WITH THE WRONG SIDE OF THE MAIN BODY UP, AND THE BAND FOLDED BACK UNDERNEATH THE MAIN
FABRIC. STARTING AT THE BOTTOM, ROLL THE MAIN BODY FABRIC UP UNTIL IT IS NEAR THE SEAM YOU JUST SEWED. FOLD THE
BAND UP AND OVER THE ROLL OF THE BODY FABRIC, MATCHING THE BOTTOM RAW EDGE OF THE BAND TO THE TOP RAW
EDGE OF THE BAND. SEW AGAIN ALONG THE RAW EDGE A GENEROUS 1/4”.
THE WEENIE ROLL
REACH INSIDE THE TUBE AND PULL THE MAIN BODY FABRIC OUT. YOU NOW HAVE A BEAUTIFULLY DONE BAND AND PIPING
WITH NO RAW EDGES, NO HAND FINISHING OR STITCH IN THE DITCH.
FOLD THE PILLOWCASE IN HALF LENGTHWISE WITH WRONG SIDES TOGETHER. STITCH A CONTINUOUS 1/4” SEAM DOWN THE
SIDE AND ACROSS THE BOTTOM. TRIM THE CORNER TO REDUCE BULK.
TURN THE PILLOWCASE INSIDE OUT AND PRESS CAREFULLY ALONG THE SIDE AND BOTTOM MAKING SURE THE FARIC IS PULLED
OUT TO THE STITCHING LINE.
STITCH A CONTINUOUS 5/8” SEAM ALONG THE SIDES AND BOTTOM. BE SURE TO BACK STITCH AT THE BEGINNING AND THE
END OF THE SEAM. SEW CAREFULLY ACROSS PIPING AND BAND AREA AS THIS IS LAYERED AND VERY THICK. THIS IS CALLED A
TURN RIGHT SIDES OUT AND PRESS AGAIN. THAT’S IT! MAKE ANOTHER TO COMPLETE A PAIR.
Need a quilt appraised???
We will be having Carol Butzke join us on February 27 to appraise our quilts. Did you ever wonder what your treasured
quilts are worth? There are many reasons to have your quilts and your antique quilts appraised. Now is the time...call
ahead to sign up for a spot. We only have 14 spots and they will fill fast. Cost is $40 per quilt. Call for more details
Many quiltmakers and collectors ask, “Why should I have my quilts appraised?” It is an important question to con-
sider and it is answered with the following:
To establish a replacement value for insurance purposes before a loss such as fire,
flood, damage or disappearance occurs
To meet your insurance company’s requirements for a “Fine Arts Floater”
To be assured that your quilt has adequate insurance coverage while at a textile compe-
tition or exhibit
To provide a written record for your family.
To determine fair market value for sale of quilt.
To determine value for donation, gift or estate purposes (as required by the IRS).
Carol Butzke, AQS Certified Appraiser of Quilted Textiles
Carol is certified by the American Quilter’s Society as a textile appraiser, is one
of four instructors for the American Quilter’s Society’s Certification Program, a member of the
Certification Board and a member of PAAQT, the Professional Association of Appraisers—
Quilted Textiles. She has completed the extensive testing and instructional courses on Insur-
ance, Fair Market and Donation appraisals taught by the American Quilters Society. She has
attended and continues to attend classes and lectures pertaining to appraising, conservation,
preservation and dating of textiles.
She is also a National Quilting Association Certified Judge, teacher, lecturer, quiltmaker and
quilt collector. Her quilts have won numerous awards and have been published in many
books and magazines. She has served on the Board of Directors of the National Quilting As-
sociation, Wisconsin Quilters, Inc. and the Wisconsin Quilt History Project. She was also as a
panelist for the Twentieth Century’s Best American Quilts which was exhibited at the Houston
Quilt Festival. She has served as Show Judging Coordinator for NQA’s national shows in
Tulsa, OK and Charlotte, NC and is currently on the NQA faculty teaching Quilt Judging Semi-
nar, which is a two-day course to familiarize candidates with the judging process.
ON THE ROAD WITH PRIMITIVE GATHERINGS! JOIN THE FUN!
2ND ANNUAL BUS TRIP TO THE CHICAGO INTERNATIONAL QUILT FESTIVAL
FRIDAY, APRIL 16 OR SATURDAY APRIL 17
We are very excited to announce we will once again have coach transportation to the show.
The trip was such a success last year that, per many requests, we are sending buses both
Friday and Saturday. Plan now to sit back and enjoy this special gathering by joining us for
the best road trip to Chicago. Sign up is open NOW!
*Fee: $50 per person and includes show ticket.
*Payment is required at the time you sign up! No exceptions!
*Sign up may be done by phone with a credit card or in person at the shop.
*Yes, you can sign up for both days, cost is still $50 per day.
*1 coach buses available each day.
*Pick up will be in NEENAH only, Parking lot of SW corner of Green Bay Rd/Winneconne
Ave. (just off Hwy 41 exit)
*Depart at 7:00 am, boarding begins at 6:45.
*We’ll make a stop (approx. 45min) near Kenosha for a quick supper on the way home.
*We expect to arrive home by 11:00pm.
*Fee is non-refundable, Primitive Gatherings in-store credit for cancellation until Feb 28th-minus $10
cancellation fee. After thant date, no credit is given if you cancel.
IF MENASHA SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED FOR SNOW, WE WILL BE
I thought I would share this letter I received from a long-time customer…LB
I wanted to tell you how much I love the shop and all the creative things that are in it.
Over the years I have joined different blocks of the month, wool club and, 12 months of Christmas. I had a wonderful
time and met some great people. When my projects were finished, I would take them (quilt tops) to one of your employ-
ees’, Jeannie D. Last month I read her article in the newsletter about “preparing your quilts for the quilter” I then real-
ized I was probably her worst nightmare!
My quilts never looked that good on the front, let alone on the back. I never knew which way to press my seams, my
blocks never seemed to be the right size and I usually cut my points off when I sewed my blocks together.
After sewing with a few groups of ladies this past year, I was telling Jeannie how frustrated I was with my finished tops.
She suggested that I take the “Beginning Quilting” class taught by Sharon Olski .
At first I thought no way I would be bored! Well, I decided what did I have to loose, I might pick up something useful
When I finished my first class I couldn’t wait to get home to try the better ways to cut fabric and sew a correct ¼ inch.
After the second class I was SO excited that my blocks were just as pretty on the back as the front, my seams’ all laid
down and the blocks all measured the proper 9½ inches. I was so happy I had to show Jeannie and thank her for suggesting
I would HIGHLY recommend this class to Anyone that hasn’t taken it, Sharon is a great teacher, and the knowledge is
PRICELESS. Thank You Again. Peggy Dahl
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
CLUB 1 PM
17 18 19 FELTED 20 21 22 23
WHAT COLOR WOOL CRAZY RUG HOOKING
IS LIGHT? LADIES CLUB 12 PM
5:30– 8PM 1 PM & 6 PM
24 25 26 27 28 PIECEFUL START
WOOL 10 AM
1 PM WOOL GATHERINGS 12 PM
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 2 3 4 5 6
GATHERING 1PM & 6PM
7 8 9 10 11 10AM
CLUB STITCHER’S START
6 PM GATHERING 1 PM 12PM
14 15 16 17 18 WOOL CRAZY 19 20
FELTED STITCH IN
1PM & 6PM
PUNCH NEEDLE 10AM
10AM TO ????
PIECEFUL START PIECEFUL
21 22 23 24 25 10AM
WORKING WOOL 12PM
WITH WOOL GATHERINGS WOOL
1PM & 6PM
1PM 6PM APPRAISALS
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 2 3 4 5 6 PUNCH NEEDLE
6PM SPRING SHOP HOP
7 8 9 10 11 PIECEFUL START 12 13
6PM GATHERING 1PM
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
WOOL CRAZY MYSTERY
LADIES CLUB QUILT
1PM & 6PM
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30 31
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 2 3 MACHINE
4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17
SPRING QUILT FESTIVAL– CHICAGO, ILLNOIS
18 19 20 21 22 WOOL CRAZY 23 24
1PM & 6PM
AQS QUILT SHOW – PADUCAH KENTUCKY
25 26 27 28 29 30
1PM 6 PM