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Lutheran Home sets 25th annual quilt show

The Lutheran Home at Trinity Oaks will sponsor its annual quilt show Feb. 22-24.
This year’s theme is “Silver Threads” in recognition of the show’s 25th anniversary.
The show takes place 2-5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 22, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday, Feb. 23 and Tuesday, Feb. 24.
Quilts of all types and styles and in all phases of completion may be submitted. Old quilts with histories, new quilts showing innovative techniques, quilt tops, quilted clothing items and quilted craft items are all welcome.
There is space available to anyone who would like to set up demonstrations.
Quilts are not judged, but are viewed by the general public. Many members of the Salisbury Rowan Quilter’s Guild and the Starry Nights Quilt Guild will be participating. The guild members will be working on a quilted piece for Lutheran Home based on the “Silver Threads” theme.
They will also have tickets for sale for the guild raffle quilt.
If you have quilts that you are interested in sharing for the show, or have general questions, call Brenda Zimmerman at 704-637-3784 for details on registration and security.

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