Quilting is the process of sewing of two or more layers of fabric together to make a thicker padded material, usually to create a quilt. Sounds pretty basic doesn’t it? However, quilts can be not only functional but also beautiful! Just ask the members of St. John’s Piece-Full Quilters.
This group meets each Wednesday morning beginning at 9. They create works of art for local missions, new babies and to be sold at the annual St. John’s Apple Fest.
Things you should know about the Piece-Full Quilters:
– You don’t have to be a member of St. John’s.
– You don’t have to be 55 or older.
– Your quilting skill can be anywhere on the scale, from “always wanted to quilt, but never tried” to “my quilts have been in quilt shows several times”?.
– You have to be willing to have FUN!
– Any and Every One is invited to join or just come by and check out the group.
– You may call Connie Mock (803) 439-2360 for more information.
And always remember: When life hands you scraps, make quilts!!