Quilts may not have originated in America (they can be traced back to ancient Egypt), but there’s something so American about them, and not just the one to the right. –>
I think that everyone knows someone who has a quilt. My great-grandmother made quilts. A friend of my family makes quilts out of old t-shirts, which are pretty rad. Well, now you can learn how to make quilts.
This coming Tuesday, February 16th the The American Professional Quilting Systems (APQS) Road Show team will make a stop in Nashville to conduct a free seminar about longarm quilting. I have no idea what makes longarm quilting different than any other type of quilting, but that’s the kind they’re teaching. The seminar is 3 hours long and goes from 1-4pm. It will be held at Inn and Suites. To sign up for the seminar contact Alison Bauer at 800-426-7233 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Longarm Quilting Seminar
When: Feb. 16th, 1-4pm
Where: Inn and Suites, 2350 Elm Hill Pike, Nashville, TN
RSVP: Alison Bauer at 800-426-7233 or email@example.com
For more info on the APQS Road Show, visit http://apqs.com/roadshow_info.php