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Wednesday, October 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Inmates quilt for the homeless

The prison quilting group formed about five years ago with a handful of inmates who had grown up sewing with their grandmothers, said Jeanne Thietje, the community partnership programs coordinator …


Citizen Journal: Quilting group donates work to Lilac Festival

The quilt will be auctioned to raise money for scholarships.


Modern Quilt Guild melds traditional, contemporary design

When people think of quilts, they likely imagine a classic quilt like grandma used to make … conjuring up visions of women gathered in circles, quilting by hand, using traditional …


Front & Center: Retired physician Judy Bell stitches a new passion

Retired physician Judy Bell has discovered her creative side after a professional life of medicine and will be featured at the upcoming Annual Quilt Show.


Stitched out of heart

The art of quilting usually isn’t associated with speed. Longtime quilter Adele Carter, for example, just finished a project she’s been working on for 16 years.


Senior center celebrates Christmas creatively

Many of the residents at Lilac Plaza Retirement Center can no longer just jump in a car and drive around looking at holiday lights. Instead, residents decorate the different floors …


Project Linus groups create quilts for children in need

Jan Sartain’s home gets pretty noisy when her four quilting companions arrive. Every three weeks those who gather at Sartain’s home apply their passion for quilting to make gifts of …


After 153 quilts, the Bakers keep sewing for those in need

It all started with Cynthia Baker’s passion for embroidery. Her husband, Topper, bought her a small embroidery machine. Overwhelmed with caring for her aging mother-in-law, Baker found respite and escape. …


Here’s The Dirt: Quilting Bee sold

Jackie and Jamie Wolff, who started popular retail shop The Quilting Bee 27 years ago, have sold the business to Treasure and Scot Auble.


Brown featured quilter at this year’s show

In 1910, women in Washington state received the right to vote. However, long before they could cast ballots they still found a way to make their voices heard, using needle …


Not your typical quilt show

For me, stumbling upon brilliant artistic creativity for the first time is always a thrilling experience, especially when the discovery is made in a totally unexpectedly place, as it was …


Not your typical quilt show

For me, stumbling upon brilliant artistic creativity for the first time is always a thrilling experience, especially when the discovery is made in a totally unexpectedly place, as it was …