Updated on March 2, 2020 by Heritage Quilters
Hello March and Happy National Quilting Month! We’re so excited! We’ll be featuring some of our favorite quilters, quilts, quilt blocks, and all things quilting for the entire month of March!
Posted on February 25, 2020 by Heritage Quilters
Join us in congratulating Sally Peterson (left), Folklife Program Director with the NC Arts Council on her recent retirement. We are truly honored to gift this quilted artwork designed by Heritage Quilters president, Belinda Mack Alston for Sally’s… Read More
Updated on January 19, 2020 by Heritage Quilters
Wishing you + yours a Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! 🎉 via GIPHY
Updated on August 27, 2019 by Heritage Quilters
Exciting news! Join the Heritage Quilters THIS Saturday (8/31) at the African American Cultural Festival in Raleigh, NC. We will hit the stage in the Village Tent at 1:30pm. For more details, visit the event website here.
Updated on August 26, 2019 by Heritage Quilters
HQ Margaret shares her triumphant story behind her quilt for the PBS mini-series, Family Pictures USA. To read Margaret’s stories and others, check out “Stitching Life Stories.”
Posted on June 4, 2019 by Heritage Quilters
The Heritage Quilters express gratitude for attending the Stay Woke quilt show.
Posted on May 21, 2019 by Heritage Quilters
What does it mean to ‘Stay Woke?’
Updated on March 22, 2019 by Heritage Quilters
Heritage Quilter Jereann led an interactive and fascinating discussion about the art of quilting, bestowed historic gems, and introduced the Emmy Award-winning documentary, The QuiltMakers of Gee’s Bend on Friday, February 22nd. To give the audience a more… Read More
Updated on November 12, 2018 by Heritage Quilters
Building on the momentum of the arts and culture resurgence in Warren County, the Heritage Quilters Giving Circle, Inc. will be featured on an upcoming PBS series, Family Pictures USA. Family Pictures USA is a documentary-style television show… Read More
Updated on October 29, 2018 by Heritage Quilters
Heritage Quilters member and youth advocate, Cathy Alston-Kearney was asked to speak at the 2018 Morehead-Cain Alumni Forum. She begins at the 42:11 mark. Source