I-68 WV Welcome Center "Welcomes" Quilt Exhibit

On behalf of Mountain Heritage Quilters Guild from Marion County, I would like to share an exciting quilt exhibit to welcome visitors to West Virginia and provide you with a "snapshot" of what  this exhibit/event is about -- Lynda Sago, Guild President, Mountain Heritage Quilters Guild

The  I-68 WV Welcome Center, Bruceton Mills, WV and Mountain Heritage Quilters Guild, the 2nd oldest Quilt Guild in West Virginia, teamed up to add a unique exhibit of wall quilts for traveler's enjoyment and to say "Welcome to West Virginia".  Six wall quilts representing West Virginia's warmth and friendship have just been added to the existing I-68 West Virginia Welcome Center display of artifacts.  These West Virginia themed quilts showcase the rich heritage and history of Appalachian quilting traditions.  The next time you are traveling and looking for that special road trip, make the I-68 Welcome Center your destination ... definitely a "must see"!!!  
Mountain Heritage Quilters Guild website:  https://sites.google.com/site/mountainheritagequiltersguild/


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Quilters participating include:  Deborah McAteer, chair of this outreach project; Cathy Maxwell, Susanne Morris, Donna Merrifield, Jeannie Zinn, and Lynda Sago.
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(Left to Right with the WV themed wall quilt each quilter created)    L. Sago, Cathy M., Debbie Mc., Jeannie Z., Donna M., and Susanne M.






Stopping in at the I-68 Welcome Center to view the beautiful quilt exhibit by Mountain Heritage Quilters Guild  ...President Lynda Sago

              https://www.dominionpost.com/2018/11/30/28288/
        
Delightful article in the 
Dominion Post about this
lovely exhibit ... thanks to
Pat F. for sharing the news
with fellow quilters ... Rhonda B.
catching up!



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