There is plenty of free parking in the church's lot and street parking.
This was an amazing book - it is considered the definitive work on this topic - and somehow it's out of print.
Rich chocolate brown (think the color of a milk chocolate bar, hence the alternate name ‘Hershey’ brown) was often paired with white in quilts.
In fact, that segment of the Victorian period is often referred to as “the brown years” because of the prominence of browns in paints and fabrics.
Quilts also reflect social history, such as the westward expansion, pioneering on the Plains, wars, political and religious campaigns, and symbols, working women, interior design through time and more.
Signature and raffle quilts tell us about families, community organizations, and churches.