Friday, March 29, 2013

Abingdon Quilt
Abingdon is going to be blanketed from April Fourth through the sixth as Quilts take center stage for the Holston Mountain Block Party. More than thirty businesses around Abingdon will be displaying antique, traditional, and some quilts with a more artistic flair. The three day event will celebrate the art and culture of quilts, a type of art that goes with a practical purpose. There will be demonstrations relating to quilting and is inspired by an exhibit that is at the William King through July. They are hoping those who view the quilts will not just look at it as a covering but as an actual work of art, with different textures and patterns. In order to find where the quilts are on display in Abingdon just look for a quilting block with a pinapple pattern hanging in the window or on the door. (CC)

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