Millenium Magic!

A Display of Quilts from the Dorchester Arts Center Samplers Quilt Guild

Each year in April the Dorchester County Public Library (Cambridge, Maryland) hosts an exhibition of quilts made by the local Dorchester Arts Center Quilting Guild. The Guild meets once a month on Thursdays at 2 p.m. and welcomes new members, both experienced and new quilters. To contact the Arts Center call 410-228-7782. For more information about displays in the library call 410-228-7331 or email infodesk@dorchesterlibrary.org.

April - May 2000

No Name Quilt - Audrey Young

Star Medallion - Audrey Young
No time to quilt? Mrs. Young is an engineer, works full time outside of the home and is the mother of two young boys. Perhaps sewing is therapy! This quilt could be a mantra. The center started out as a class on strip piecing. She designed and added the sides until she had the size quilt she wanted.
Round the World - Dorothy Ewell
This lovely quilt was made in 1992. The basic block used is the fan block. It was the last quilt Mrs. Ewell made. She entered it in the Delaware State Fair in the over 70 division. It is hand pieced and hand quilted.
Drunkard's Path - Jan Bugby
Made in 1995 as a summer spread. It is machine pieced and machine quilted.
Two Seasons - Janice Ewell
This table runner, which is reversible, was made as a result of a class given at one of the Samplers meetings. It is made by machine and both sides are sewn at the same time.

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