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Wayside Quilters Guild of Sudbury holds biennial show Oct. 20 & 21

Wayside Quilt Guild 2012 raffle quilt. Photo/Submitted

Sudbury – The Wayside Quilters Guild of Sudbury will hold its 14th biennial quilt show Saturday, Oct. 20, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m., at Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School, 390 Lincoln Rd., Sudbury.

The highly anticipated show and area fall tradition will feature over 100 quilts by the guild’s talented members. In addition, members have created items that will be for sale in the boutique, including small quilts, tote bags, ornaments, and many other handmade beauties. A raffle quilt will be given away at the end of the day Oct. 21, and ticket holders need not be present to win.  To see the quilt, titled Wayside Galaxy of Stars, visit http://waysidequilters.org. The quilt measures 96″ x 78″ and fits a queen-sized bed. Tickets will be on sale throughout the weekend at $1 each or six for $5, or email info@waysidequilters.org to obtain tickets.

Vendors at the show will include local favorites such as Fabritique of Wayland (African cottons and exotic fabrics), Wayside Sewing of Marlborough (sewing machines, accessories, and service; fabric; notions and classes) and Cold Night Quilting of Natick (machine quilting services and gifts).  Additional vendors include Miho Takeuchi  (sashiko), We Got the Buttons of Pawtucket, R.I. (buttons, embellishments, jewelry, and gifts), and Wood by Cynthia of Dover, N.H. (turned wood sewing accessories).  Demonstrations of sashiko, fabric painting, ergonomic rotary cutters, sewing projects such as pillowcases, zippered cosmetic bags, and table runners, and more will take place both days.

Admission is $6 per person, per day. Parking is ample and free, and the facility is handicap accessible. For more information, visit www.waysidequilters.org.

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