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Common Threads: The Official Newsletter of the Fiber Arts Center of the Eastern Shore
Knit Along

Today! Second Saturday Knit Along 

Saturday, May 9th, 2-4 pm

Join Us This Saturday! Drop into FACES on the Second Saturday of every month for some group knitting. Alida Greenhalgh will be on hand for support. An excellent resource for beginning knitters to get guidance and tips. A great way to meet and socialize with fellow knitters. Knitters of all skill levels are welcome. Just bring you latest knitting project and have fun!



New Class at FACES

Fingerless Gloves with Alida Greenhalgh

Saturday, May 16th; 9 am – 12 pm

The course consist of one 3 hour session. For basic knitters, using rib stitch and cabling, students will learn to knit a pair of fingerless gloves/wrist warmers. Includes yarn.

Register Here!


New Series at FACES

Sip & Sew Ladies Night at FACES
Fun Beginner Projects with Lynn Davis


Third Thursdays: May 21st, June 18th, July 16th, & August 20th;  6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Come, hang out on Thursday nights and complete a fun sewing project each evening. Students should bring a sewing machine and thread. (A limited supply of sewing machines are available for use, if needed) Fabric kits and supplies are included. Pizza will be provided. Bring your favorite beverage. Drop-ins welcome to observe, but you must register to participate in the projects.

Projects: envelope clutch, jewelry pouch, quilted wine tote, and infinity scarf.

Ideal for beginners. Ages 21 and up. 

Register Here!

FACES Exhibits

New Exhibit at FACES

Children's Artwork Quilts
by Shannon Shirley of Once in the Rabbit Moon

on display through June 13, 2015

Quilts by their very nature, evoke a myriad of emotions, Shannon Shirley’s Children’s Artwork quilts reflect pure joy! You cannot help but smile when you look at the variety of textiles she has created to immortalize children’s creativity. Inspired by the work of her own children Shirley began looking for ways to preserve these precious materials in fabric. By experimenting with various techniques and art pieces, that combine quilting with the whimsy of childhood,she has found a way to capture the very essence of children’s talents and the inherent pride in their artwork.

Join us in the gallery to be  inspired by Shirley, children’s art, and fiber arts at their best!

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