The April 6 meeting of the Fallbrook Quilt Guild will present its own member, Ann Turley, at the monthly meeting to be held at the Fallbrook Community Center , 341 Heald Lane beginning at 6:30 p.m.
A longtime member of the Guild, Turley created her first quilt in 1991 after several years of sewing and crafting. She has been involved in judging at several California county fairs as well as for other guild and art shows and for the Hoffman Challenge, the Tulare Best of the Valley Show and Road to California Show.
Turley enjoys creating original pieces based on sketches, thoughts, travel photos and a lot of “what would happen if” ideas. She is known for humor and animal themes in her works.
A weekend workshop Saturday April 7th beginning at 9pm at the Fallbrook Public Utility District, 990 E. Mission Road, will have participants create a piece called “Yo, Mama. Is This Your Llama?” which is a colorful, cheerful creation. The general meeting is open to the public with a $5 charge for program expenses.
For further information about the meeting or workshop visit www.fallbrookquiltguild.com or call program chair Louise Cobb at (760) 728-6164.