This month at QGOA: March Meeting – Maggie Ball – Innovative Quilts, Traditional Roots
Maggie comes to us from the Pacific Northwest, Bainbridge Island, to be specific. After receiving degrees in Biology and Geography from the University of Exeter in England, she found herself in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where she discovered quilting. Maggie has written a book about Bargello quilts, and has numerous published quilt patterns. She will be talking to us about Innovative Quilts, Traditional Roots, which is a review of her years of quilting.
Remember on March 14 – Maggie Ball Workshop – The Bears Come Out at Night This is a crib quilt that features Sawtooth Stars and Bear’s Paws.
The Quilters’ Guild of Arlington was established in 1984 to
- preserve and encourage the art of quilting,
- provide instruction for Guild members,
- educate the public,
- and to promote a gathering of people with this common interest.
We are a 501(c)3 charitable organization and do many activities to further the interest in Quilting.
We meet on the second Tuesday of each month.
Bob Duncan Community Center
in Vandergriff Park
2800 South Center Street, Arlington, TX
(between Arbrook and Arkansas Lane)
Proud member of Texas Association of Quilt Guilds