Moro, OR – The Sherman County local Artist Series is featuring Quilting by Terri Bardenhagen for the month of July at the Sherman County Historical Museum. Terri has always sewn, learning from her mother at a very early age, on the family farm in Grass Valley, Oregon. Terri grew up making a lot of clothing for the family along with other fabric crafts and projects but in 1990 on a whim she signed up for a quilting class at her local fabric shop in Corvallis, Oregon and then she was hooked!
Learning a variety of quilting techniques and experimenting with more difficult challenges Terri also makes full quilts by hand. She enjoys choosing fabrics, making quilt blocks and putting it all together. Terri gives away most of her projects to friends and family and enjoys making beautiful gifts that will last.
Please visit the museum to see Quilts by Terri Bardenhagen. There is no charge for this exhibit which is on display in the lobby of the museum for the month of July. The award-winning Museum in Moro is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily through October.
Also be sure to tour the museum and see on display the vintage quilts from the museum's quilt collection to celebrate the Quilt and Fiber Show in Moro, Oregon, July 1st - July 9th.
The Sherman County Historical Museum is located at 200 Dewey Street in Moro, Oregon. For more information call 541-565-3232.
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