Here's what's happening at FACES this week!
Common Threads: The Official Newsletter of the Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore
FACES Classes

Don't Miss these November Classes at FACES! 

  • Basket Weaving; 1pm-4pm, Saturday November 22nd, Instructor – Heidi Wetzel; $15; for ages 8 & up. Ideal for beginners. Attendees will complete a pencil holder from the materials supplied. More Info/Register
  • Sewing a Zipper; 1-5pm, Sunday, November 23, Instructor – Donna Hayes; $15; ages 8 & up. Student will learn 2 different sewing methods. Suitable for skirts, slacks, and can be adapted for pillows and other uses. More Info/Register  

Holiday Table Runner class rescheduled
for December 14th, 10am-4pm
Register Now!

Festival of Trees

Caroline Hospice Festival of Trees
Will be on display at FACES
December 2nd - 6th, 12-5pm

See these wonderfully decorated trees and participate in the silent auction. Proceeds benefit Caroline Hospice. Final bids will be taken at 4pm on Saturday, December 6th.

If you are interested in donating a decorated tree, click here


Quilt Documentation

Quilt Documentation Project 

January 22, 2015
At the Easton Fire Hall
315 Aurora Park Drive, Easton, MD 21601

The public is invited to receive a written and photographic record of their antique (pre-1950) quilt(s).  This documentation requires about 30 minutes per quilt for measuring, photographing, dating fabric, identifying patterns, and recording the quilt history. FACES will maintain this information in a database to help preserve the legacy of quilt making, recognize its heritage, and share its story. Every quilt will be given a documentation tag, and quilt owners will be able to access their information on the website via an identification number. Quilt values will not be appraised and pre-registration is recommended in order to avoid a long wait time. Walk-ins will be accommodated as time allows. A $5 donation per quilt is being requested. Register here.

Volunteers are needed to help at one of the following stations: check-in, physical documentation, photography, oral history, or check-out. Help is also needed for set-up and break-down. Sign up here or contact for more information about volunteering.

Caroline County Council of Arts
Funding for FACES has been made in part by:
Maryland Heritage Areas Authority
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