“Out of the Darkness” Pattern by Pam Bono Quilt is 97” x 111”
Pieced by members of the Cabin Branch Quilt guild.
Background fabric is “Black Eyelash” by Jinny Beyer, A variety of fabrics were used for the flowers.
Quilted by Carol Goe using King Tut variegated thread by Superior Threads.
Cabin Branch and Stone House Quilters
Proudly Present Their
2006 Quilt Show
March 18 & 19
Prince William Fairgounds
Over 200 Quilts on Exhibit Silent Auction Two Spectacular Raffle Quilts Merchant Mall
Adults $5, Seniors $4 Under 12 Free
Fair Grounds Directions:
From Washington, DC and Points North:
Take I395 south to I495 north; follow I495 north to I66 west: follow I66 west to Virginia Route 234 south (Bypass), exit 44; follow Virginia Route 234 south (Bypass) to the fourth traffic light (Business 234), turn left; proceed approximately one mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left.
From Richmond, VA and Points South and East:
Take I95 north to Virginia Route 234 north, (Dumfries Road) exit 152; follow Virginia Route 234 approximately 14 miles to Business Route 234, turn right; proceed approximately one mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left.
From Frederick, MD and Points West:
Take US Route 15 south to I66 east (at Haymarket, VA); follow I66 east to Virginia Route 234 south (Bypass), exit 44; follow Virginia Route 234 south (Bypass) to the fourth traffic light (Business 234), turn left; proceed approximately one mile to the Fair Grounds entrance on the left.
Bee Happy Quilting 24414 State Hwy 8 Union City, PA 16438 814-694-2126 www.beehappyquilting.com
Sue’s Fabric World 845-896-09632
All Quilts entered in ANY Quilt show must have a sleeve:
HOW TO MAKE A SLEEVE FOR YOUR QUILT…Cut a piece of fabric 12 1/2 to 13 inches wide and long enough to go across the width of the quilt. Make a tube by sewing the long sides of the strip together. The tube should be 6 inches wide and as long as the top of the quilt. Hem each end with a quarter inch seam. Attach the tube to the back of the quilt just below the top binding. Hand Sew along the ends of the tube, both top and bottom. Starting at the top near a binding is easier. Stitches should not show on the front of the quilt. Do not sew the openings at the ends closed.