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Monthly Meetings

Monthly meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month, September through December, and February through June.  We meet at the Latah Country Fairgrounds Exhibit Building at 1021 Harold Street, Moscow, ID.  Social hour begins at 6:30 and the meeting begins at 7PM. 

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Palouse Patchers is a quilting group based in the Inland Pacific Northwest community of Moscow, Idaho. We have approximately 175 members of all ages, who come from the surrounding communities of the Palouse region of Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho. The Palouse is a region of rolling hills covered in their own patchwork of farmlands.

Quilt Entry Closing Date:  April 3, 2018

Volunteer Now for the Palouse Patchers Quilt Show -  It is suggested that all Palouse Patchers sign up for 2 shifts and bring one dozen cookies as part of your "dues" of being a member.  You do not have to be a Palouse Patchers to volunteer so come check us out and help make this community event a success.  Sign up online at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090e4ba5ae29a2f49-2018   Please email Mary at silvershook@gmail.com if you have difficulties signing up online and she will manually input the time slots you request.  If you signed up at the last meeting this should be reflected on the sign-up sheets.

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Webpage Background Quilt

The quilt "Palouse Hills" used on the webpage background was made by the Palouse Patchers in 1986. The rolling hills, pea vine, and wheat are representative of the Palouse region. It was designed by Shirley Nilsson, Vicki Purviance, and Monica MacFarland. The full quilt can be seen at McConnell Mansion.

 

A photograph of the entire quilt is available here.

 

The following is a Tribute to all Palouse Patchers - thank you for making many children happy.  Please take time to read the CASA Newsletter and have your heart strings pulled.