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Quilters Guild hosts annual show, “Threads In Red”

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GUN BARREL CITY–The Gun Barrel Quilters Guild will present their Annual Quilt Show Friday April 23-Saturday April 24 at the CR Legacy Center located at 2205 S. Main St. in Gun Barrel City.  Admission is free to the public. This year’s theme is “Threads In Red.” Hours are Friday, April 23 9-5 p.m. and Saturday April 24 9-4 p.m.  The drawing for the quilt “Threads In Red” will be at 4 p.m. Saturday April 24.
There will be a fantastic array of handmade quilts crafted by the loving hands of the Guild members with many quilts available for purchase. In addition, quilts will be on display by some of the Guild member’s grandchildren, as well as young students and other members of the community.
Also featured, will be a country store at which patrons can purchase some show quilts, supplies and other handmade items.
This year’s show will host approximately 10 vendors that offer personally crafted items, jewelry, fabric and notions. The Scissor Man will be available for sharpening and local author, Jim Willi, will be available for meet and greet opportunities and book signings.
Vendors will be:
Fox Country-Chip and Donna Fox, quilt sales.
A Cowgirl Quilt Shop-Brenda Bonin, fabric, patterns and notion sales.
Meant To Be Stitchin-Amy Hurst, wool fabric and items sales.
Tucker Mania-Lavonne McCaw, Certified Deb Tucker Ruler Instructor and sales.
Fabric’s For You-Sarah Parker-3 yard quilts, fabric, patterns and notion sales.
Designs By Debra-Debra Brasfield (Guild Member), jewelry, notion and quilt sales.
Libby’s Quilting Creations-Elizabeth Vaculik-fabric and bulk fat quarter sales. 
Sewing Shack-Eileen York (Guild Member), quilt and notion sales.
The Scissor Man-scissor and rotary blade sharpening and Scentsy wax and warmer sales.
Jim Willi-author of the book “Frogman of Cedar Creek,” signing and book sales.
For information call (903) 340-6547 or visit www.gunbarrelquiltersguild.org.