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The Art of Cloth

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Yesterday, the FABs, Grace Howes, Jean Funderburk, Christine Scholtz, Judy Whitehead, and me, spent the morning hanging our gallery show called “The Art of Cloth”.  It looks really good and we are all very excited about this.  I don’t want to “spoil” the exhibit for you so don’t want to post great pictures of what we’ve done, but did want to give you a taste hoping to entice you to come to our opening next Friday.  Please join us next Friday, June 12th at 6:30pm for our opening reception.  We’d love to have you come celebrate with us!

Lincolnton 008

Lincolnton 021


About delanequilts

Full time wife, mother, grandmother; friend to many; crazy aunt to a few. Avid lover of reading; 'making something from nothing'; karate! (Tang Soo!); nature and gardening though trying to cut back on time spent pulling weeds! Lover of essential oils!

4 responses »

  1. I’m so looking forward this!!!

  2. I love the group piece you all created…it’s gorgeous!

  3. So sad, I live in Texas and can’t make it to NC before the show closes. I especially loved your “Cold Foot Contest” quilt, it was fabulous.

    And I also loved your “Birds of a Feather” jacket. Is that an original pattern or is it a commercial one I can purchase?

  4. Katina, Thank you for your kind comments.

    The Jacket was made from a commercial jacket pattern: “Swing Coat” by Andrea Steell. The website listed on the pattern is

    I had received 5 bird panels in a round robin type exchange. I wanted to do something with them and finally decided to make my own fabric using those panels as the focal point for each jacket section.


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