I thought many of you might be interested in this exciting afternoon,planned dedicated to quilting,wool,rug hooking ,spinning, textiles etc,......Many nice demos and wonderful history!I am planning on attending, so Primitive Stitches shop will be closed on that Saurday May 5th,The shop will also be closed, as well on Thursday and Friday May 3-4th. I will be working at the Living History Days in Warsaw MO. It is a event that allows several hundred school age children to have a field trip and take a "step back into the 1800" and experience day to day living then. I am just thankful that I am abel to help partcipate in something that is so special to me.Sorry for any inconvenience, the shop will re-open on Tuesday May 8th
‘First Saturdays in Arrow Rock’ Program Features Afternoon Textile TourThe Friends of Arrow Rock announces an expanded “First Saturdays inArrow Rock” program for 2102, beginning with a Textile Tour from1 to 4 p.m. on May 5.“First Saturdays in Arrow Rock” will offer a variety of experiences in many of the 13 historic buildings owned by the Friends of Arrow Rock. They are free and open to the public.May 5: 1 to 4 p.m.
· Barn Quilt Project: 1 p.m. PowerPoint presentation by Maryellen McVicker, at the State Historic Visitor Center. · A display of handwoven coverlets by Jeff Reynolds of the Arrow Rock Handweavers Guild, and knitting demonstrations by Leslie Anderson and Tempe McGlaughlin, at Brown’s Chapel, 710 High St. · Spinning and rug braiding demonstrations by Ron and Sharon Hutchinson from the Arrow Rock Handweavers Guild in the Miller House, 517 Main St. Spencer Jasper and members of the Cross-eyed Lacers (Bobbin Lace) from Kansas City will also be stationed in the Miller House along with Marilyn Roth and Joyce Vinson, who will demonstrate rug hooking. · Quilting projects by members of the Arrow Rock Craft Club will be on display at the Craft Club located in the lower level of the Mason ic Lodge Hall, 502 Main St. · Historic properties owned by the Friends of Arrow Rock, staffed with volunteers and open free to the public during this afternoon include the Christian Church (Sandy Selby playing the pump organ), The John Sites House (Judy Smith with a display of penny rugs) and Gun Shop (Jim Bird), the Print Shop (Tracy Brooks) and I.O.O.F. Lodge Hall. · Master interpreter Chuck Petty will offer a special two-hour tour of Arrow Rock beginning at 2 p.m. at the Friends of Arrow Rock office on the boardwalk. Tour fee: $5 for adults and $2.50 for children 12 and under.Kathy BorgmanExecutive DirectorFriends of Arrow Rock, Inc.660-837-3231 or fax 837-3230