Old Courthouse group has come a long way since 2003.
A good time was had by all who celebrated the 10th birthday of Seymour Old Courthouse Quilters recently.
To mark the occasion members participated in making a banner which hangs in the Old Courthhouse building.
The 2003 beginners sampler quilts that were made reflected the personality of the maker.
The ladies have continued to expand their quilting techniques; also crochet, knitting and embroidery keep them busy on the day while enjoying each other’s company with lively chat and lots of laughs.
The group meet the third Saturday of the month and newcomers are most welcome whether new or experienced to craft.
For more information, phone Wendie on 5792
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