Thursday, May 3, 2012

Double T Quilt Club

Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of attending a lovely, little quilt show that was at the Cuyahoga Falls Library put on by the Double T Quilt Club.  The ladies in charge of show were so friendly and helpful that I was ready to join the club before I left.
Arrye Rosser                         Patricia Cook

The quilts were displayed so nicely!
Their flyer gave information about the club:
The Double T Quilt Club was founded in 1979 by a small group of friends who wanted to meet for a social evening to quilt and talk.  Since then the club has grown in size but the goal has remained the same: sharing needlework and fellowship in a relaxed atmosphere 
Our name, Double T, is represented by a quilt block with four T's.  They stand for Thread, Thimble, and Third Thursday.  We have planned programs each month at our meeting, challenges each year, and several workshops taught by local instructors.  We also participate in service projects to help those in need.  Every other year, we hold a quilt show at Taylor Memorial Library, where our members display items they have completed in the past two years.

(Doesn't this sound like a great club to join?!!)  If anyone in the Cuyahoga Falls area is interested in contact information, please let me know.

Click on any picture to enlarge and see quilt detail!
The ladies from the Double T have been busy sewing.  Enjoy the Quilt Show! 


What a great way to spend a Saturday, meeting new quilting friends and looking at gorgeous quilts.  

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for inviting us to tour the quilt show with you from our armchairs!