Friends of the Little Tokyo Library Branch Quilt Show

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Exhibition

Aug 201218
12:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.

Union Church
401 E. Third Street
Los Angeles, California, 90012
United States

The Little Tokyo Library Quilters Annual Quilt Show on Saturday, Aug. 18, promises to be better than ever, featuring many beautiful new quilts sewn this past year as well as a large assortment of craft items, Asian fat quarters, and non-Asian fabrics.

Many Asian-themed t-shirts and several quilts ideal for gift giving will also be on display. The show will be held from 12 noon to 4 p.m. at the Union Church at 401 E. Third Street (corner of San Pedro and Third).  Free parking in the church parking lot will be available during the show.

The Quilters have outdone themselves with this year’s spectacular Manji Raffle Quilt, an intricate and colorful creation based on the “manji” design, a Buddhist symbol.  Raffle tickets can be purchased at the show for $2 each or 3 for $5.  They may also be purchased from Friends of the Little Tokyo Branch Library board members or Quilters.  All proceeds from the raffle tickets and Quilt Show will go to the LTB Library for the purchase of various Japanese cultural materials and library programs.

The Quilters meet on alternate Friday mornings from 10:00 to11:30 a.m. at the LTB Library, where they work on the Raffle Quilt throughout the year, exchange quilting ideas, and share their latest creations.

For more information about the Quilters or the show, please call (323) 664-0554.

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llan . Last modified Aug 02 2012 9:44 a.m.


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