We meet every Thursday morning at the Museum. Ladies work on handquilting in the frame, working on their own projects or projects for the Club to help raise funds for the Museum. We occasionally have classes for small groups. We prefer to teach one on one. The volunteers are happy to share their knowledge. Call or email for more information.
We are very happy to accept donations of fabric, including scraps and unfinished projects, books or any craft items. These donations help us keep the Museum open.
We enjoy a potluck lunch every Thursday, so stop by with a covered dish and join us for lunch.
Alice Mae and Evelyn are working together on this small quilt.
The Log Cabin Quilters met Thursday, August 16th at the Levy County Quilt Museum. It was a rare day that no one worked on the quilt in the frame. Over the 20 years we’ve been open, we have had as many as 4 frames up at one time with quilters on all the frames. Thursday’s ladies were busy working on their own projects. Handquilting is becoming obsolete as more and more quilting is being done by machine.
Dana, Onnie Mae Colson’s (1925-2017) granddaughter donated some of Onnie Mae’s fabric and craft items and some unfinished crochet projects. Onnie Mae was one of the founding members of the Log Cabin Quilters. There were several notebooks filled with her collections of quilt patterns, when we get a chance, the notebooks will be a great place for new (old) ideas. Thanks, Dana, for thinking of us. You gave us some great treasures.