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The annual Quilt Auction at the Pennsylvania Relief Sale celebrates the work of numerous artists and needle workers. Hundreds of people attend the two-day live auction to look at and bid on the region’s finest handcrafted quilts.
Donations for the Quilt Auction are accepted annually at the Material Resources Center (MRC), 517 W. Trout Rd., Ephrata. Quilt tops that need to be quilted are due by January 15, 2016. Finished quilts and comforters need to be of good quality and at the MRC quilt room February 12, 2016 to be included. The quilt committee determines the best way to sell each item. Please contact the quilt room supervisor at (717) 733-2847 with questions.
For more information on the quilt auction, contact Sharon Swartzentruber at (267) 354-1442 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year, quilters and non-quilters alike clean out their attics and closets of quilting tools, supplies, books, stencils, notions, fabrics, and unfinished projects to donate to the Quilter’s Attic at the Pennsylvania Relief Sale. As the saying goes, one quilter’s trash is another quilter’s treasure!
Donations for the Quilter’s Attic are accepted throughout the year, Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 4:30 pm at the Re-Uzit Shop of New Holland, 707 West Main Street, New Holland. All donations must be clearly marked: Quilter's Attic. *Items cannot be dropped off at Ten Thousand Villages location as in years past. Items may include: finished or unfinished quilt tops, fabric in cotton, flannel, or wool, finished or unfinished quilt blocks, quilt magazines and books, old or damaged quilts, quilting supplies and tools, linens, buttons, wooden spools, pillow cases, tablecloths, scissors, pin cushions, old trims, chenille bedspreads, thimbles, sewing baskets, doilies, potholders, handkerchiefs, aprons, quilt patterns, and cloth sacks – feed, flour, salt, and sugar.
For more information, contact Cathy Irwin 717-254-6855; Thelma Olinger 610-857-5167; Wendy Witter 610-285-2948; or email@example.com.
The Silent Auction at the Pennsylvania Relief Sale features unique items for sale – artisan jewelry, themed gift baskets, event tickets, original artwork including paintings and pottery, antiques, vintage linens, collectables, and children’s items.
For more information, contact Diane Kropf at (267) 664-4599 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Country Auction at the Pennsylvania Relief Sale features a variety of goods from across Central Pennsylvania – miniature replicas, quilt racks, hand painted items, glass, furniture, and collectables.
For more information, contact Amos Sensenig at (717) 917-1890 or email@example.com.