MidWinter Quilt Block Challenge & Tea
Saturday, February 14, 2015
10:00am – Noon
The 2015 program (on Valentines Day) promises to be another inspirational and imaginative event
so don’t miss out, reservations are $25 and can be made over the phone or click here to register.
- Trunk show by noted artist Carole Staples
- Drawing of 2014 Quilts
- Friends & Family Gallery of Quilts
- Valet Parking
Also, a reminder…
Don’t get caught without something to keep those hands busy over the holiday break; there is a limited number of
2015 MidWinter Quilt Block Challenge kits still available for purchase.
The $10 kits are for sale in our Lobby until December 23rd at 4pm. Pay by phone to reserve yours today ! 513-221-0981
|Past…THE 2014 QUILTSThe 2015 raffle will feature beautiful handmade quilts which are assembled from quilt blocks sold as kits at the Civic Garden Center in the Fall of 2013. Quilts themed “My Garden Rocks” will be displayed in the CGC lobby in the Fall of 2014. Tickets for a chance to win any of our works may be purchased at the CGC front desk for $2 each or 3 tickets for $5. The winners will be drawn at the 2015 Quilt Tea on February 14th. The first winner drawn gets first choice of the quilts and so on; winners need not be present to win.|
|Present…QUILT BLOCK CONTESTQuilters are invited to represent elements from an imaginary garden or landscape. All block kits are identical and provide instructions for novice and seasoned quilters to ensure that all dimensions will be on par for this year’s quilt assembly.
In the Fall of 2014, a limited supply of the quilt block kits are sold for $10 in the Center’s lobby.
Deadline for submitting completed blocks are detailed in the kit instructions. Judging for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and honorable mention will take place on the eve of the Mid-Winter Quilt Tea. Attendees of the Tea will vote on their favorite block to win the People’s Choice Award.
|Future…2015 MID-WINTER QUILT TEAThe festivities will be on Saturday, February 14th, 2015 at the Civic Garden Center from 10:00 am – Noon. Following the program by one of our region’s most notable designer/quilters, Carole Staples. Participants will be invited to browse the quilt blocks for a final look as they move into the Hoffman Library to sample a vast and delectable array of sweet and savory tea treats.
What a cozy celebration of creativity!
The Tickets for $25 include the
program, trunk show, valet parking and refreshments.