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Moonlight Quilters of Staten Island

by Mary Ann

Moonlight Quilters of Staten Island is a quilt guild of approximately 50 members of all ages who share the love of quilting every month.

After a short business meeting (usually about 25 minutes) a mini-workshop is presented on a different quilting technique. In addition to the workshop, we have member Show and Tell, a 50/50, block of the month and door prizes.

Quilters of all ages and all levels of experience are welcome to join.
Meeting Location:Carmel Richmond Nursing Home
88 Old Town Road
Staten Island, NY
Meeting Day and Time:3rd Friday of the month
Contact Name:Mary Ann Loiacono
Annual Dues:$25

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Apr 12, 2015
Sheep to Shawl in Sleepy Hollow, NY is next weekend!
by: Linda Sax

We hope to see all of you at Philipsburg Manor's Sheep to Shawl festival next weekend!

This event is perfect for fiber artists, families and friends; there's something for everyone!

Historical quilting and other forms of needlework are on display, along with demonstrations of sheep shearing, spinning, dyeing and weaving.

Want to try your hand at picking, carding, dyeing and spinning wool? Here's where you can! Come enjoy a fiber-filled day at our 18th century living history museum!

Mar 25, 2015
Come see some very special quilting!
by: Linda Sax

Calling all quilters to join us in Sleepy Hollow next month for a wonderful event!

April 18-19
Philipsburg Manor, 381 North Broadway (Route 9), Sleepy Hollow, N.Y. April 18-19, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
From fiber to fashion, this classic spring festival celebrates all things woolly sheep! Visitors are invited to explore each step in the process of turning wool into cloth using 18th-century techniques. Hands-on activities include dyeing wool and weaving. In the site’s Manor House, experience Wearable Wealth: The Value of Cloth and Clothing in the 18th Century. Activities and hands-on displays will help visitors understand just how precious fabric goods were for colonial Americans. In fact, colonists were the ultimate recyclers! The Art of the Reproduction: Recreating Period Textiles uses pieces from the HHV collection to shine a spotlight on this fun, yet often overlooked area of historic study. Along with the exhibit, there will be a series of talks and hands-on workshops. HHV’s expert staff will share information on period quilting, knitting, hand sewing, and how to care for family textile heirlooms. Outside on the grounds, Scottish border collies display their skill at sheep- and duck-herding. Kids can try on reproduction 18th-century clothing for a great photo op! Plus, enjoy a fashion show complete with critiques from a tough judge, HHV’s own expert costume designer. Online admission: $14; $12 for seniors; $8 for children 3-17. Free for members and children under 3. Onsite prices are $2 more per ticket. Buy tickets online at 914-366-6900.

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