Quilt show set in Mayfield

MAYFIELD — The Mayfield Presbyterian Church, 22 N. Main St., will host its 25th annual quilt show on Oct. 1 from 4 to 8 p.m. and Oct. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

In addition to a display of about 100 quilts, two programs are planned, a news release said.

On Friday, Oct. 1 at 6:30 p.m., a Trunk Show entitled “My Quilting Journey” will be presented by Nancy Frank. Frank began her quilting journey in 1985 and has taught quilting and penny wool applique classes in the years since.

On Saturday, Oct. 2 at 1:30 p.m., Kathryn Greenwold will present a program entitled “What to do with the leftovers” — a discussion for quilters with ideas for using fabrics left over from making quilts. Greenwold is a well-known quilt teacher, lecturer, restorer and appraiser from Niskayuna. The church is very fortunate to have one more opportunity to learn from her vast experience since she and her husband will be moving south to be closer to family in the near future.

Two-day admission for the quilt show is $5. Items will be available for sale from a variety of community organizations and individuals: Sew Busy Quilt Guild; Fulton Montgomery Quilt Barn Trail; Weaver — Eileen Wrightsman; Mohawk Valley Co-op; and At-Home Quilting. Lunch items will be available for sale on Saturday by the women of the church. Parking is available and the church is air conditioned. Masks are not required, but are welcome, a news release said. Call 518-661-5328 for more information.

By Paul Wager