Minnesota Quilters, Inc. (MQ) is a volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to the celebration of quilting. Our activities and events are structured to honor the past, celebrate the present, and nurture the future of this time-honored traditional craft in all its forms.
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March 3rd is a sewing day for Quilting for Others, from 9 to 3 pm. Everyone is invited and it's free! Please come help us make quilts for the Harriet Tubman Shelter and baby blankets for Visiting Nurses
The March meetings are sponsored by the Minnesota Quilt Project (MQP). The speaker will be Dawn Cook-Ronningen, a historian, needle worker and long-time collector of sewing and embroidery tools as well as quilts and antique textiles. She will present two different lectures.
March 2nd - 175 Years of Hexagon Patchwork
March 4th - 19th Century Applique Past and Present.
Dawn will also teach a back basting applique class from 1-4 on Saturday, March 4..