Fall Tour September 21 – 22, 2018
Weaving Waters Fiber Arts Trail
Little Falls – Brainerd – Randall – Staples – Wadena – New York Mills, Minnesota
Art by Carolyn Abbott
Fall Tour Weekend Highlights
Old Creamery Woolen Mill Tours in Randall • Cherrywood Fabrics Dye Room Tour & Color Workshop in Brainerd • Drive the scenic Central MN Barn Quilts Trail • Piecemakers Quilt Club Raffle and mini-classes at Landmark Inn, Staples • Prairie Point Quilt Guild Exhibit at Great River Arts in Little Falls • ‘Ripping the Seams: Unique and Activist Fibre Art’ Exhibit at New York Mills Cultural Center • ‘Art to Wear 2: Textiles and Beyond’ Exhibit at Crossing Arts Alliance in Brainerd • ‘Mark Making’, Needle Felt & ‘Spirit Dolls’ workshops at Crossing Arts in Brainerd • Bill & Kate Isles Concert at New York Mills Cultural Center • Pam Collins Art Open Studio Staples • Drop in classes, on-going spinning, knitting and weaving demos at Old Creamery Quilt Shop.
Weaving Waters Fall Tour Keynote Talk
“The Way of Water”
Pam Collins, Artist
Pam Collins is mostly a self taught artist, who works in watercolors, mosaics, and fabric. (not simultaneously). She has studied under nationally known artists in pursuit of her favorite medium. Collins has lead numerous watercolor and mosaic workshops in her studio, at area art centers and school districts. Her passion is contagious and inspirational. She has received grants from Five Wings Arts Council funded from the McKnight Foundation. Most recently Pam won a 2014 Community Arts Leadership award.
Friday, September 21, 2018
6:00 Social Hour
Appetizers — Cash bar (wine/beer/soft drinks/coffee)
Talk begins at 7:00 p.m.
Great River Arts — 122 1st St SE — Little Falls, Minnesota
$8.00 Tickets available in advance at Great River Arts or at the door
Fall Tour Weekend Locations
Great River Arts – Little Falls • The Old Creamery Quilt Shop – Randall • The Old Creamery Woolen Mill – Randall • Cherrywood Fabrics – Baxter • The Crossing Arts Alliance – Brainerd • Utrinkets – Brainerd • Landmark Inn – Staples • Piecemakers Quilt Club – Staples • Pam Collins Art – Staples • Hometown Craft – Wadena • New York Mills Cultural Center – New York Mills, Minnesota
New York Mills Cultural Center
Piecemakers Quilt Club
The Old Creamery Quilt Shop
The Old Creamery Woolen Mill
Pam Collins Art
The Crossing Arts Alliance
Great River Arts
Hometown Crafts & Fabrics
Utrinkets Yarn Shop
Weaving Waters Fall Tour Workshops & Demos
For more information about each workshop, click the ‘Find out more’ link next to each workshop. To register for a workshop, you can click the registration link on the workshop listing or click the link below and go to the sign-up form.
Mark-Making with thickened dyes with Carolyn Abbott
September 21 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sleepy Baby Mouse Needle-Felting Workshop
September 22 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Make a Spirit Doll at Crossing Art Alliance
Color Wheel Make and Take Class
Woolen mill tours and spinning, weaving and knitting demos
Piecemakers Quilt Club Mini Classes and Demonstrations
The Landmark Inn, 631 3rd Ave Staples, MN 56475
Weaving Waters Demonstrations and Talks: September 21
Making “YoYos” for quilt projects Friday 11 am
English Paper Piecing (Hexagons) Friday 1 pm
Baby Burp Pads – How to make Friday 2 pm
“Invisible Binding” on a quilt Friday 3 pm
September 22, 2018
Tool Talk: Best Basic Tools for Quilting Saturday 11 am
Baby Burp Pads – How to make Saturday 1 pm
“Improv Tools” Our Favorite Tools Saturday 2 pm
Piecemakers Quilt Club Raffle Quilt
A queen size quilt entitled: Day, Honor, Country will be raffled. Drawing will be held on Saturday, September 22 at 3 pm. at the Landmark Inn in Staples. Tickets are available through Piecemakers Quilt Club and during the Weaving Waters Fiber Arts Trail Tour at Landmark Inn in Staples, MN.
Quilt Raffle Rules:
Need not be present to win.
$2 per ticket.
Must have a ticket to win the raffle.
The quilt pattern is: Duty, Honor and Country by Kelly Corbridge. It is an Ohio Star variation.
(McCall’s Quilting Magazine February, 2005. Pp 58-60)
Mary Theurer did the major sewing on the quilt with help from Annette Good, Beth Fabian and Nancy Johnson. It was machine quilted by Jace Hennagir of StrongArm Quilting in Perham, MN. Size: Queen