Carolina Quilt Symposium, Inc.
The NCQSI is a non-profit corporation that promotes and perpetuates
the art of quilting through regularly sponsored symposia within the state
of North Carolina and by sponsoring other projects designed to preserve,
continue, and advance this art form.
The NCQSI is not a member organization. Its work is performed on a volunteer
basis by a board of 21 directors, elected from across the state. NCQSI
was originally organized to ensure that a quilt symposium would be held
annually; since then, NCQSI activities have expanded to include a variety
of projects to encourage quilting in North Carolina.
2013 North Carolina Quilt Symposium
"Home Is Where The Heart Is"
Hosted by Tarheel Quilters Guild and the NCQSI Board
May 23 - 26, 2012 at Methodist University in Fayetteville, NC.
The Tarheel Quilters Guild and North Carolina Quilt Symposium Board are excited to present the 2013 North Carolina Quilt Symposium at Methodist University, 5400 Ramsey Street, Fayetteville, NC. May 23 - 26, 2013. We will have 3 1/2 days of workshops and lectures by well-known quilt instructors. You can stay on campus or attend as a day student. There will be a quilt show with a special exhibit showing the 13 Best of Show winning quilts designed and hand made by our guild member Anne Francis. We will also have many vendors, a Small Quilt Silent Auction, an opportunity quilt, evening lectures, and many other events. Classrooms and dorms are handicapped-accessible and air-conditioned. Full time boarders will have their food included in their tuition. There will also be lots of Memorial Day weekend events in Fayetteville, one of our finest military towns.
Registration for the Symposium began January 2013. If you would like a registration packet mailed to you, please send $5 with your name and address to NCQS13 Tarheel Quilters Guild, P.O. Box 36253 Fayetteville, NC, 28303 or you may download the entire packet here: www.tarheelquilters.org/Pages/2013NCQuiltSymposium.aspx
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