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Please see the GQC Calendar or follow the link provided for more information. Please inform the Webmaster if you know of other events that are not listed here.
February 20, 1016 – The Bartow History Museum in Cartersville, GA is offering A Stitch in Time Quilting Workshop on 9 am – 12:30 pm. Registration is $30. For more information or to register click here. We hope you can make it!
February 25-27, 2016 – The Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum presents Expo at the Depot. The historic rail depot in Carrollton, Georgia will be THE site for learning, shopping and networking for quilters and quilter-wannabes for these three days. Opportunities for vendors, teachers and quilters are available. E-mail us at with your proposals to teach classes or present unique products, sign-up for booth space or just to get information about all the activities in and around Carrollton designed to banish winter blues. Proceeds of Expo at the Depot benefit the Southeastern Quilt and Textile Museum, a Georgia non-profit.
March 4 – 5, 2016 – Cobblestone Quilters Guild presents, Lowcountry Threads, at Omar Shrine Temple Convention Center, 176 Patriots Point St., Mt. Pleasant, SC. Admission: $10 Daily. Plenty of free parking. For more information contact: email@example.com
March 4 – 13, 2016 -Bullock Hall Quilt Guild’s 34th Annual Great American Cover-Up Quilt Show, at Bulloch Hall, 180 Bulloch Avenue, Roswell, GA 30075. Special Exhibit by Christine Cetrulo, fiber artist from Lexington, KY. Show applications are being accepted through January 15, 2016. More info and applications at www.bhqg.org.
May 10-22, 2016 – Good Shepherd Episcopal Church in Hayesville, NC (a short drive from Hiawassee and Young Harris, GA) will host the Sacred Threads Art Quilt Traveling Exhibition. Sacred Threads explores themes of spirituality, joy, inspiration, peace/brotherhood, grief and healing. This biennial exhibition, part of a larger exhibition housed in Herndon, Virginia, was established to provide a safe venue for quilters who see their work as a connection to the sacred and/or as an expression of their spiritual journey. The artwork touches on both spiritual and personal levels all those who view it. Artists share with others the experiences of quilters whose stories may be a source of healing and strength. The show does not advocate for any particular theology. For more information, contact Jane Oliver or 678-549-3900.