Cotton Patch Quilters of Kern County is holding its bi-annual Ruby Jubilee Quilt Show this weekend at the new Iron Lily event venue. The event will be on Friday, February 28th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Saturday, February 29th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
According to a release: "This is the largest quilt show that has ever been held in Kern County; more than 250 quilts will be on display including art quilts, traditional patterns, vintage quilts, and various quilted items. There will be vendors, a boutique with +1,000 handmade items, a workshop, raffles, and more."
The DIY ADDICT - Karen Tripp of San Francisco, will be teaching a workshop and displaying a Trunk Show Friday night.
“It’s exciting to be celebrating our 40th year as a quilt guild, and our Ruby Jubilee show is drawing talent from some of the best artists in California. Our judges will have a tough job of choosing just a few,” said Quilt Director Darla Hall.
Located at 424 24th Street, this will be the debut event for the Iron Lily.
“This is our first big event, and I am happy to have the quilt show here. Come and see the Iron Lily; the space has much to offer and we can host a variety of events and parties,” said Iron Lily owner Bryan Oberg.
The cost of the event is $10 for both days and $12 for the Trunk Show. You can get more information online.