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Catherine Redford took a photograph of our Red and White Sampler quilt at the Paducah quilt show on her visit on September 19. Scroll down through the blog entry to see the quilt and a shout-out to the Lakeside Quilting Guild:
Faithful Circle Quilters Guild presents their 20th biennial show "Bouquet of Quilts" on September 16 and 17, 2017 at Jefferson Junior High School in Woodridge, IL. Show hours are Saturday, September 16, 9 am – 5 pm
and Sunday, September 17, 10 am – 4 pm and admission is $7.
More information on the show is available at http://www.fcquilters.com/quiltshow.html.
The Yours, Mine and Ours program was a spirited and timely discussion about intellectual property rights
and protections for creative people. Presenters included Carolyn Mazloomi (historian, curator, author and artist), James Harris (intellectual property attorney), and Hague Williams (artist and educator). There was also a lively question/answer/discussion session.
Lakeside Quilting Guild donated our Chicago Geese quilt to the raffle for the Comer Hospital Service Committee 50th Anniversary Irish Coffee on Saturday, March 11. The event takes place at Augustana Lutheran Church (5500 South Woodlawn Avenue) 2:00-4:30pm. Guild members have free admission. Just tell the greeters that you are a guild member.
In addition to our quilt, the Irish Coffee raffle prizes include an I Phone SE, a night out in Hyde Park including Hyatt stay, Apple I Pad Air 2, a Custom made suit for a man or woman, 20" pearl strand, Fitbit & Chicago Cubs tickets. There are also over one hundred silent auction items including gift certificates to local businesses and unique decorative home goods. There is a costume jewelry table and free refreshments including real Irish Coffee.
All proceeds benefit the critically ill children of Comer Hospital.
Tuesday March 14, 2017
7:00 – 8:30 presentation
Treasure Island Market (55th & Lake Park Ave, lower level community room)
Laura is a textile artist, author, teacher and creator of hand dyed fabric and threads. She is
known for combining whimsical stories and vivid fabrics to make pictorial art quilts. Hear her
share the story of her colorful hand-embroidered fused art quilts. Learn how she makes the
quilts, dyes the thread, and selects the stitches. Presentation includes catchy tunes sung about
the art of embroidery and an exhibit of small stitched art quilts, hand-dyed threads and fabrics. You can read more about Laura and her work on her website http://artfabrik.com/.
$10 LQ Guild Members
$15 non-Guild Members
Guild members who bring a non-guild friend pay a reduced entrance fee of $5
Lakeside Quilting Guild members gathered on June 14 to hear a presentation by guild member and artist Dorothy Burge who specializes in African- and social justice-themed quilt pieces. Dorothy presented a slide show of some of her work, as well as providing several other pieces for display. She also had a selection of her collection of authentic African textiles. You can read more about some of Dorothy's recent work on the following websites:
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