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Berger Sewing Machine Grand Re-Opening

Come join us for our Grand Re-opening event Thursday, Nov. 1,  3:00-7:00 p. m. After 31 years in the same location then relocating to 9506 Center Street, it’s time to celebrate!! Enjoy food and refreshments and enter to win a fabulous Babylock Jubilant sewing machine. While you are here check out our Holiday Preview Sale on fine fashion and quilting …

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Serentipity Quilting Studio, Inc. Celebrates Grand Opening

Business owners Allen and Debbie White,  Prince William County Supervisor Ruth Anderson and members of the community recently celebrated the new location of  Serendipity Quilting Studio, Inc. Located at 2224 Tacketts Mill Drive, Lake Ridge,  Serendipity is a full service quilt shop featuring a large selection of fabric, thread and notions, as well as Bernina Sewing Machines. Owner Debbie White …

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Osbourn Artists Featured at New Exhibit

Provided by City of Manassas There is a new exhibit in The Hall at City Hall featuring the work of Osbourn High School students.  These students are incredibly talented and each one-of-a-kind piece is a creation through the artist’s eye.  Pieces range from water colors, to pastels, to photography to sculpture and even quilting. This exhibit is worth the trip.  …

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Local Quilter Accepted into National Quilt Competition

Provided by Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival Quilt Artist Wendy Sheppard of Dumfries has been accepted as a finalist in the 2018 Imagine Quilt Competition at the twenty-ninth annual Mid-Atlantic Quilt Festival. Produced by Mancuso Show Management, the Festival will take place at the Hampton Roads Convention Center from Feb. 22-25, 2018. Sheppard’s quilt, Thread Journey, will be on display at the show along with …

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Quilting a Contribution for the County

Provided by Prince William County When Marta Norris saw that the beds at the Haislip-Hall Farm House held nothing but bare mattresses, she decided that she had to do something about it. Norris, a quilter, decided to make a quilt for one of two beds upstairs at the circa 1850 restored farmhouse at the Brentsville Courthouse Historic Centre. She said …

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Historic Waterford Opening First Folk School in D.C. Metro Area

Provided by The Waterford Foundation A new folk school opening next month in the D.C. metro area is part of a growing trend in the popularity of the schools, known for teaching crafts, skills and trades that predate our modern-day fondness for screen time. The Waterford Foundation, one of the country’s first community-based historic preservation organizations, will hold the inaugural …

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