Clark County Quilters will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday June 10 via Zoom,. Our guest speaker will be Patricia Belyea who will present "The Alluring World of Japanese Yukata Quilts." Patricia and her daughter, Victoria Stone, are co-owners of Okan Arts, a Seattle based business that imports vintage textiles from Japan.  Join Patricia as she takes you on an insider tour of the 2020 Tokyo Quilt Festival. She will share the highlights of this international quilt event, and continues into a traditional chusen-dyeing workshop to explain this traditional hand-dyeing process. She concludes her presentation with a show of her own quilts made with vintage Japanese cottons, and talks about how these special fabrics inspire her. 

A short meeting will follow, with announcements and member Show and Tell quilts.

Guild meetings are currently held via Zoom. To join in, email ccq-info@clarkcountyquilters.com to receive a link to the meeting. Log on at 6:45 p.m. for brief conversation and stay on after the featured speaker to see members’ beautiful quilts.

Clark County Quilters is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization in Vancouver, Washington. Meetings are currently held online. Membership dues are $40 per year (currently prorated to $20 for the remainder of this guild year ending in June 2021.) General meetings are held the second Thursday of each month except December. For more information, visit clarkcountyquilters.com.

Schedules

  • Occurs Thursday, June 10th, 2021 @ 6:45 pm – 8:30 pm

Venue

Clark County Quilters

Virtual online Zoom
Vancouver, WA 98660

Contact

Clark County Quilters

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