Eleanor Burns held a special class for the Marie Webster Quilt Guild volunteers...
The beautiful aprons were gifts for Eleanor Burns and Sue Bouchard from Carolyn Goebel and Jean Chambers.
Quilt pattern above by Sue Bouchard entitled "Hole in the Wall".
You are welcome to join the Marie Webster Quilt Guild...
A yearly membership is only $20. Dues are payable by December 31st of each year. (This is a separate membership from the QHF membership.)
Need not be a quilter to join.
Meetings begin at 6:00pm with refreshments. Program will be presented at 6:30pm with show-and-tell and the business meeting to follow.
Meetings are held in the lower level of the Marion Public Library, 600 S. Washington St., Marion, Indiana, on the SECOND Tuesday of every month.
Feel free to bring a friend.
These are the enthusiastic volunteers who make it all happen! Their dedication and hard work have been absolutely essential in bringing the dream of The Quilters Hall of Fame to life.
was held at the Marie Webster House on the evening prior to the start of Celebration 2014.
Participants of the National Quilting Day created quilt tops and presentation cases for Quilts of Valor that will be presented to local veterans.
Quilts of Valor
The quilts are made by members of the Marie Webster Quilt Guild, quilting is donated by members of the guild. They are awarded with QOV labels and in presentation cases. Quilts are presented usually in May (around Memorial Day) and again in November on Veteran's Day. The November presentation is part of the Salute to Valor ceremony held at Tree of Life Ministries.
The two interviews that Karen Musgrave of Q-SOS did while in Marion during the 2007 Celebration are now on the Alliance for American Quilts website. The stories of two members of the Marie Webster Quilt Guild are now accessible and ready to read!
Click HERE for the interviews.