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To submit a notice, email the pertinent information to  For other things to do, check out our Quilt Shops list.

The National Quilt Museum in Pacucah, Kentucky, is a treasure trove of stunning work by quilters around the world.  In addition to a permanent collection, the museum has an active exhibit and workshop calendar.  If you have never been, this is a bucket list item of the first order.  Click on their logo to check out their website or on a link, below, for the exhibit and workshop schedules:  

2014 EXHIBIT SCHEDULE                      2014 WORKSHOP SCHEDULE
Fabric Fun Arts & Crafts
Every Saturday at SeaBreeze Regional Recreation Center; 1:00-4:00 p.m.
All projects are based on fabric, fiber, thread and yarn.  Beginner to advanced sewers are welcome, and our projects are geared to create fun for all.  We have weekly show-n-tell that is very inspiring.  Dues are $1 a week, only the weeks you attend.  Dues monies fund our club's charity work that includes Fidget Quilts for Alzheimer and Dementia individuals and facilities, quilts for infants and toddlers pantry of Lady Lake, doggie beds for Sumter County no-kill Humane Soc. shelter, It's All About The Kids, pillowcases for ConnKer Case for Smiles, and monthly crafting visits to two assisted-living facilities.

MEQ, Machine Embroidery Club
2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at Big Cypress Recreation Center; 9:30-11:50 a.m.
MEQ is a machine embroidery quilting club.

Vintage Sewing Machine Club
Every Saturday at Lake Miona Regional Recreation Center; 1:00-4:00 p.m.
The Vintage Sewing Machine Club is dedicated to fostering the love and appreciation of vintage sewing machines, sharing information on history, and the use of unique sewing machine accessories.  Members will have time to sew individual projects.  Sewers and collectors of vintage sewing machines dated through the 1960s are welcome.  If you are fortunate enough to own a treadle sewing machine, bring a photo of your treadle, share its history, and join us with your modern sewing machine.  For information, contact Alice Nicholas at 350-2170 or Sheddy Reese at 205-7299.

If quilting in your Chapter or at the Sunday Sew-In isn't enough for you, try one of these other Villages sewing clubs.  Don't forget to check the "Recreation News" for some 2,000 other opportunities to enjoy your retirement lifestyle!
Quilting in Paradise, the Quilting Guild of The Villages biennial quilt show will be held at the Savannah Center, January 23-24, 2015.

Check out the flyer on our HomePage for the activities and for links to directions: