Quest continues

In January, Quilters’ Quest celebrate one year of classes moving from their legendary shop in Bridgnorth to Morville Village Hall by starting a new block-a-month series using star designs. On the last Friday of the month, tutor Ann Jermey will bring two new patchwork designs for students to stitch. These blocks will build during the year to a patchwork quilt of a size that suits the student.

Quilters’ Quest’s Mary Salter says, “We also make quilts from donated fabrics for the Project Linus charity, named after Linus from Peanuts (remember his comfort blanket?), who give the quilts to children who need them.”

For details of all classes and workshops, email maryfrasersalter@gmail.com.

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