Quilting show at Signal
The Wicklow Patchwork Group will have its exhibition 'Look What I Made' at Signal Arts Centre in Bray from Monday, July 9, until Sunday, July 22.
Wicklow Patchwork Group first met in the spring of 2014 and have been meeting every month since.
Today, they have over 100 members largely from Wicklow, South Dublin and Wexford.
They are a group of like-minded people whose aim is to share tehir love of patchwork and quilting among ourselves and with others.
They welcome members of all standards, from the interested beginner to those who have many years of experience and are more than happy and willing to share their knowledge and wisdom with all.
At the meetings they have guest speakers and demonstrations given by the members. They also hold regular workshops for members to improve their skills and learn new techniques.
Visitors are always welcome to their meetings which are held in the Community Hall, Newtownmountkenndy on the third Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m.
'Look What I Made' represents the diversity of work of the members of the group from the enthusiastic beginner to the very experienced quilter.
WPG will be known in the area for the Quilt Fest which is held in Newtownmountkennedy, in conjunction with Appletree Crafts, every second year.