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Crazy Quilters of Federal Way invite you to join the madness

Marianna Garrett presides over a “bed turning,” in which she explained the history behind each of several collectible quilts on display. - Joan Tornow
Marianna Garrett presides over a “bed turning,” in which she explained the history behind each of several collectible quilts on display.
— image credit: Joan Tornow

The Crazy Quilters of Federal Way recently presented a Silver Anniversary Show at the Weyerhaeuser Center.

The show featured hundreds of quilts and was well-attended. The show included raffles, "bed turnings" and demonstrations. The Crazy Quilters have a four-fold purpose: promote the art of quilting, preserve the heritage of quilt making, provide information, and provide inspiration and fellowship for quilters.

In addition to quilting, the group donates handmade items to local nonprofits, including the Multi-Service Center, FUSION and many others.

To learn more, contact Marianna Garrett at (253) 347-1345.

 

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