Quilting Expert to Showcase Her Skills at Quilt Guild

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A talented quilting expert will visit the Lonesome Valley Quilt Guild on Monday, March 5.

Joan Carrell is a resident expert at the Quilt ‘n Sew Quilt Shop, where she teaches many classes, including the Bag Lady class. At the meeting, she will present a trunk show of her beautiful handbags.

The fun begins at 7 pm at Emmanuel Lutheran Church (7763 E. Long Look Drive) in Prescott Valley. Her presentation at the church will be free, along with refreshments provided at no charge. For more information, please contact Karen at 928-830-2565.

The next morning, at 9 am on Tuesday, March 6, Carrell will lead a class on making the Bermuda Bag. These round or oval-shaped handbags have removable cloth covers and wooden handles. This class will be held at Mingus View Presbyterian Church, (8340 E. Leigh Drive) in Prescott Valley. For more information on the class, please call 415-271-5740.

Photo: Mountain Top Quilters Guild

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