The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, February 15th at the Levy County Quilt Museum.  Jannie and Marie did get to work on the quilt in the frame in spite of all the conversations going on.  With all the happy chatter, it’s hard to get a lot done.
     This week, Fran, Mary Ann, Jean, Darlene and Mary all brought in donations of old quilts and tops, fabric and notions.   The old quilt top and quilts were donated by family members that needed to know the quilts would have a place that would enjoy them.  We are honored to have the quilts.  The quilts and the top show signs of wear (love).  When these quilts were made, they were made to be used.
    To get caught up with the measuring, Ailien, Sheri, Debra, Cleo, Ann, Phyllis and Marilyn were in Saturday and got almost everything measured.  Thanks everyone for pitching in and helping the Museum.  Donations are very important to us.
    Derek and the guys from Lancaster were out.  They were even busy helping us with fabric.  Keeping the Museum looking clean and tidy would not be possible without their help.  Thanks so much guys.
    The Backyard Pickers will be out Saturday, March 3rd.  Unfortunately some of the members of the group as well as some of our visitors, will be returning home in March and April. We do enjoy their company.
     Wednesday, March 7, we’ll have a class on the 9th patch with piazz and The Old Sewing Machine Man will be out.  Hope to see you.  Call 352 493 2801 for mor information.
    Thursday, March 22nd, we’ll have a farewell Snowbird pot luck lunch.  They’ll be heading home later in the month of March and April.  We wish them a safe journey home.

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Levy County Quilt Museum

Log Cabin Quilters


Levy County Quilt Museum
11050 NW 10th Ave   Chiefland, Florida 32626
352-493-2801    levyquilts@gmail.com
Tuesday - Saturday     10 – 3
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  We meet every Thursday morning at the Museum.   Ladies work on handquilting in the frame, working on their own projects or projects for the Club to help raise funds for the Museum.   We occasionally have classes for small groups.  We prefer to teach one on one.   The volunteers are happy to share their knowledge.  Call or email for more information.  

   We are very happy to accept donations of fabric, including scraps and unfinished projects, books or any craft items.  These donations help us keep the Museum open.
   We enjoy a potluck lunch every Thursday, so stop by with a covered dish and join us for lunch
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