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Road to California Quilt Show
The biggest quilt show in Southern California. Juried quilt and wearables display, wonderful classes with world reknown teachers, loads of vendors including New Moon Textiles. Occurs every January in Ontario, Calif.
Wearable Art Connection (WAC) holds quarterly Saturday meetings (on the 3rd Saturday of Feb. May, Aug. & Nov.), inviting nationally known guest artists to present programs and workshops on a variety of topics such as quilting, dyeing, textile painting and surface embellishment. Designed for professionals and amateurs, WAC is a group where wearable artists can relate to and share with each other. The WAC membership includes many award winning artists in the field of wearable art, teachers in the fiber arts, weaving and sewing as well as a number of Fairfield and Bernina Fashion Show Designers.
Glendale Quilt Guild
This Glendale Based Quilt Guild meets the second Wednesday of each month atthe:len
,6:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Wandering Foot Quilt Guild Wandering Foot Quilt Guild is a non-profit organization. The purpose is to promote cooperation and exchange of ideas among those interested in quilting; to encourage and maintain high standards of design and techniques in quilt making; to instruct the members in methods and techniques of quilting and inspire special achievements. Guests and prospective members are welcome at all meetings except January and December.
Nite Owl Quilters Guild is a nonprofit corporation organized to promote cooperation, exchange ideas, encourage and maintain high standards of design and techniques, and to instruct and inspire those interested and engaged in quilting.
Nick Coman, Fiber Artist
Dragonfly Threads presents the artistry of Nick Coman. Nick Coman is a fiber artist, custom clothier and educator
America's Quilting History
Find out what you want to know about history of quilting in the USA.
Author of 16 classic books on quiltmaking.
Lost Quilt Come Home
Dedicated to displaying lost and stolen quilts and to providing information on protecting quilts.
Priscilla Bianchi - Guatemalan art quilts
Guatemalan art quilter Priscilla Bianchi celebrates the textile heritage of her beloved country in quilts.