African Mask Workshop Sold Out!

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The Master Quilter Workshop held annually during the Atlanta Quilt Festival is SOLD OUT!

Mt. Vernon, NY resident Renee Fleuranges-Valdes will lead a master quilting class on Saturday August 12, 2017 during the 2017 Atlanta Quilt Festival. The workshop will be held at the South Fulton Arts Center from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Quilters will learn how to use improvisational appliqué techniques to make an African mask.

Although this workshop is sold out, visit Atlanta Quilt Festival on Facebook to check out other activities you may enjoy.

You can also email atlantaquiltfestival@gmail.com to be placed on the waiting list.

Renee Fleuranges-Valdes

2017 Atlanta Quilt Festival Opens August 6th

Tumbling in Space 2. Marva

Tumbling in Space by Marva Swanson, 2009. Photo by India Brantley.

The Clara Ford Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2017 Atlanta Quilt Festival opens August 6, 2017 at the South Fulton Arts Center located at 4645 Butner Road, College Park, GA. Quilting activities will continue throughout the month of August at Hammonds House Museum, 503 Peeples Street, Atlanta, GA 30311 and South Fulton Arts Center.

The Opening Reception will be held from noon – 4 p.m. at the center and will include a Quilt Market, demonstrations, children’s activities, and of course the quilt exhibit.

Follow the Atlanta Quilt Festival on Facebook for updates.

See you at the Festival!

Wishing You A Joyful Holiday Season

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Ancestral Christmas, art quilt, by O.V. Brantley.

New York Beauty Goes to Africa Wins Best of Show

 

New York Beauty Goes to Africa by Jeanette Walton

New York Beauty Goes to Africa by Jeanette Walton

The viewers of the 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival Exhibit voted Jeanette Walton’s New York Beauty Goes to Africa Best of Show. This quilt also won Best Traditional Quilt. The South Fulton Arts Center hosted the exhibit.

Congratulations, Jeanette!

Beginning Dollmaking Class a Huge Success

Dollmaking class taught by Cookie Patterson at Hammonds House Museum

Dollmaking class taught by Cookie Patterson at Hammonds House Museum

Students in the 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival “sold out” Beginning Dollmaking class worked very hard on their dolls. Cookie Patterson taught the class which was held at Hammonds House Museum.

Below are some of the dolls that were part of the 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival doll exhibit. The Atlanta Quilt Festival is held each year during the first two weeks in August.

Doll exhibit at 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival

Doll exhibit at 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival

 

Herding Ducks On A Happy Water Buffalo Wins Best Art Quilt

 

Herding Ducks on a Happy Water Buffalo by Melinda Rushing

Herding Ducks on a Happy Water Buffalo by Melinda Rushing

Melinda Rushing’s Herding Ducks on a Happy Water Buffalo won Best Art Quilt at the 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival.

Congratulations, Melinda!

Learn to Make Dolls at 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival

Dolls by the Dazzling Dames Doll Club at the 2010 Atlanta Quilt Festival.

Dolls by the Dazzling Dames Doll Club at the 2010 Atlanta Quilt Festival.

Valerie Cookie Patterson

Valerie Cookie Patterson

The Clara Ford Foundation will offer a Beginning Dollmaking class Saturday, August 09, 2014. The class is part of the 2014 Atlanta Quilt Festival activities.

The class will be taught by Cookie Patterson at the Hammonds House Museum from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The Hammonds House Museum is located at 503 Peeples Street, Atlanta, GA.

The class is $20 which includes the pattern.  Space is limited so reserve your space early. Please contact Cookie Patterson at cookiekeelingdolls@gmail.com to register and to receive further details about the class. You may also register by sending an email to atlantaquiltfestival@gmail.com.

See you at the Festival! Meanwhile, follow the Clara Ford Foundation and Atlanta Quilt Festival on Facebook  and on Twitter @atlquiltfest for the latest news.

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