Farm Fest & Quilt Show
By The Grit Staff | Dec 8, 2015
DADE CITY, Florida – Quilting has long been revered by crafters and do-it-yourselfers for the skill and patience it takes to produce enduring pieces. If you find yourself down south for the winter, Dade City will have local quilters and their works on display at the Pioneer Florida Museum on February 6 and 7 for the 26th annual Farm Fest & Quilt Show. You’ll find beautiful collections on display and folks can have their own quilts appraised. See an arts and crafts show, pick up new fabrics, and swap tips with other sewers.
Visit Pioneer Florida Museum for hours and admission.
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