© San Fernando Valley Quilt Association

2016 Opportunity Quilt

Autumn Garden












Contact any member to purchase tickets to win this quilt.

2016 Opportunity Quilt - Autumn Garden

Mary Tabar -

Traditional to Art Quilt

Mary Wood Tabar was born in Hannibal, Missouri where her mother was employed and trained by Singer Sewing Machine Company. Since the age of four she has been working with sewing machines. By six years of age she was doing crewel embroidery and other hand sewing projects. Raised with Midwest working ethics and family values, these qualities helped to foster appreciation, patience and a simple approach to life.

She graduated from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri with a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology, and a minor in Graphic Arts, and later received her Teaching Credential from California State University at San Marcos. She has had a variety of sewing experiences from making Madam Alexandra antique doll clothes in New York City to making Renaissance costumes in San Diego for people such as Mick Fleetwood. She lives in San Diego with her husband and two daughters.

Currently she teaches classes at Palomar College and San Diego Community College in quilting, dyeing and fabric embellishment. She teaches kids' sewing camps at local sewing shops.

Block Party

Fabric Name Tag Inst

Current Newsletter


Show and Tell

October 10th Program

Quilters for Others

October 26th, 2016

at St James Church in Tarzana

Veterans Quilt Project October 18, 2016

Map of Facility

Hospitality

Those with birthdays in October should bring goodies on October 10.Fruit and veggies are always welcome. Please remember to bring your water.

IMPORTANT:

Don't forget to bring your water.

Events What’s New

Like us on Facebook

Membership Renewal Form

The Grace Project Instructions