EBHQ Show and Tell, 2019: That's What Friends Are For -- November 25, 2019
Submit this form no later than Monday, November 18, 2019.

Friendship is an important hallmark of EBHQ. The Friendship Knot was chosen as our symbol to celebrate this unique aspect that quilting provides. Think of how you came to quilting and have maintained your interest through guild activities. We share ideas, patterns, skills, common interests, teaching, learning, workshops, retreats, field trips, outreach to the community, and, of course, we break bread together.

Please share your works with us at our annual Show and Tell. You can show up to two items, so look through your finished quilts, wall hangings and garments and decide which ones you want us to see.

You will get a phone call to confirm your entry was received. Please, no paper forms this year.
Questions? Email Joan Sextro at: divajjs@gmail.com


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