Piece by Piece: Quilting Through the Pandemic

May 15, 2022, 1:00 PM

Like quilters of the past, local quilters have found solace and motivation during the pandemic. Come to The Woodland Parlor at 1 pm to hear Meg Cox, an author and expert on quilting and family traditions, explore the art of quilting and how this historical craft has blossomed in the past two years. And bring your own work for “show and tell” at 2 pm. At 3 pm, visit Durand-Hedden House to view an exhibit of antique quilts.

The event will take place at The Woodland Parlor, 60 Woodland Rd in Maplewood.

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