Quilting Our Community

Quilt-making has a long and storied tradition in the U.S. and especially in New York. Come and help us quilt something new! We have fabric squares and fabric paints and the talent of a staff quilter.

Date: Thursday, October 19, 2023
Time: 5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Location: Dennis ’72 and Denise Tepas Commons

Did you know that Susan B. Anthony was herself a noted quilter who went to quilting bees to advocate for suffrage? Quilts are historically the ways we patch together different materials to create something new.  At Fisher we come from different places and are interested in different things but we come together to learn new things every day.

Come and help us quilt something new! We will have fabric squares, fabric paints, and the talent of a staff quilter as we host our own version of quilting bee! If you can’t make our event, we’ll have squares available in Kearney to pick up and contribute to the whole! Every square is welcome. 

Fuel your work with cider and donuts, too!

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Sponsored by the School of Arts and Sciences