Mooresville Library Director Marian Lytle and Lake Norman Quilters Guild president Judy Whitehead admiring a 1935 Mooresville map quilted by Marilyn Rousseau. The Lake Norman Quilters Guild 2017 Biennial Quilt Show will have more than 200 handmade quilts on display representing various quilting techniques and genres, including applique, piecing, modern, traditional and art quilts and accessories and clothing. A boutique with handmade gifts for purchase. Featured artist is Amanda Murphy, www.amandamurphydesign.com, on Aug. 11.
Mooresville Library Director Marian Lytle and Lake Norman Quilters Guild president Judy Whitehead admiring a 1935 Mooresville map quilted by Marilyn Rousseau. The Lake Norman Quilters Guild 2017 Biennial Quilt Show will have more than 200 handmade quilts on display representing various quilting techniques and genres, including applique, piecing, modern, traditional and art quilts and accessories and clothing. A boutique with handmade gifts for purchase. Featured artist is Amanda Murphy, www.amandamurphydesign.com, on Aug. 11. Courtesy of Joe and Barbara Skwara
Mooresville Library Director Marian Lytle and Lake Norman Quilters Guild president Judy Whitehead admiring a 1935 Mooresville map quilted by Marilyn Rousseau. The Lake Norman Quilters Guild 2017 Biennial Quilt Show will have more than 200 handmade quilts on display representing various quilting techniques and genres, including applique, piecing, modern, traditional and art quilts and accessories and clothing. A boutique with handmade gifts for purchase. Featured artist is Amanda Murphy, www.amandamurphydesign.com, on Aug. 11. Courtesy of Joe and Barbara Skwara

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