Historical Society Quilt Raffle


                                                                         (photo by Bob Walter)

     by Bob Walter
     November 29, 2003

    This quilt, made by the Iíd Rather Be Quilting (IRBQ) quilters, was donated to the South Pierce County Historical Society recently. It fits a double bed, and features 18 fan designs, each unique fan framed within a tilted square. Many of the pieces of fabric in the quilt are from 1930ís era clothing.
   Society members are raffling off the beautiful quilt to raise funds for their projects. Tickets are $1. The quilt will be on display Saturday, December 6, starting at 11 a.m., at the entrance to Plaza Market, where the Society will be conducting their annual holiday wreath, swag and basket fundraiser.
  
Chances to win the quilt can also be purchased at the Historical Societyís Christmas Tea at the Van Eaton Cabin Sunday, December 14, from 1 to 4 p.m. The winnerís name will be drawn at the conclusion of the tea. Winner need not be present to win. 
 

Quilt Detail


                                                                                (photo by Bob Walter)

 


                                                                                                   (photo by Bob Walter)

 

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