2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival Successfully Promotes the Art of Quilting

The 2012 Atlanta Quilt Festival, which is sponsored by the Clara Ford Foundation and Hammonds House Museum, ended Saturday with a flurry of activity. There was a Beginning Quilting Class taught by Nina Moore, a Beginning Dollmaking Class taught by Cookie Patterson, quilt appraisals by Holly Anderson and Quilts and Stories by Aisha Lumumba. Also attendees at the Festival had their last opportunity to vote for Best of Show.

The 2013 Atlanta Quilt Festival will be held during the first two weeks of August at the South Fulton Arts Center. This year there were over 50 quilts and dolls, and next year’s festival promises to be even better. Mark your calendar now. See you at the Festival!



About ovbrantley

I am a passionate quilter who also is the general counsel for a major urban county in Georgia. I manage to pursue my triple passions of motherhood, quilting and traveling.
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