About the workshop: Everyone has that stack of family quilts that they are unsure of how to care for or how to use. Come learn how to care for your heirloom quilt and keep your family's material history. During this workshop, you will learn mending, cleaning, and storage techniques to keep your quilts happy and usable for generations to come.
Audience: This workshop is suitable for ages 13+. No experience is required.
What to Bring: Bring an heirloom or family quilt that needs mending. All materials will be provided. If you don’t have a quilt to work on, you are welcome to listen and learn about quilt care!
Cost: The workshop is free, but a suggested donation is appreciated!
Registration: Registration is required and will close 24 hours before the workshop begins.
About the Artist: Hannah Allen is a quilter and artist based out of Lexington, Kentucky. Her work expresses the geography of craft, the joy of creative freedom, and the nostalgia of traditional art. Her past work has documented the plant biodiversity of Kentucky's 120 counties in a naturally dyed quilt using plants harvested from each county. Through her former role as an Artist In Residence for her hometown of Lexington, Kentucky, she creatively communicated the importance and impact of the town's Finance Department through non-traditional quilts.
Cancellation: If you are registered and cannot attend the workshop, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can open the spot for another participant!
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