Save the Date – TASA’s Spring 2018 Program

TASA’s Spring program will be Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 10AM: a visit to Bulloch Hall in Roswell for the 2018 Great American Cover-up Quilt Show Commemorating the Centennial of the National Park Service.  Curator Holly Anderson will meet with us to introduce the show and answer questions.

Bulloch Hall is a Greek Revival style house built in 1839. It was the childhood home of Mittie Bulloch, mother of our 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt. President Roosevelt was quite a naturalist and influential in the creation of the National Parks.

Holly suggests we gather on the porch of the gift shop after purchasing tickets and walk to the house from there. If you need assistance there is a golf cart available.

rsvp:, $7 for 2018 TASA members; $17 guests (includes 2018 dues)

Presented by the Bulloch Hall Quilt Guild
Bulloch Hall: 180 Bulloch Ave, Roswell, GA 30075

Submitted by Gail Goodwin



TASA Winter 2013 Program

For TASA’s Winter 2013 program, textile artist Lucinda Carlstrom invited TASA members to her studio.  In her informative and engaging program, Lucinda shared the process and step-by-step procedure by which she creates her award-winning paper, silk, gold and bronze leaf piecework quilt art. She also described one of her works-in-progress, a quilted map commissioned for Rutgers University.

TASA members enjoyed seeing the beautiful vintage kimono fabric, the Japanese keyosi paper—made with fibers that are steamed, beaten and separated by hand—and the thin sheets of real gold leaf Lucinda uses in her art. In addition to the silk from kimonos, Lucinda repurposes silks from thrift store clothing and out-dated silk yardage from special fabric stores.

Crowded into Lucinda’s two-story workspace are her sewing machine, laminating machine, bins and bags of cut fabric sorted by color and framed pieces of art ready to sell.  Lucinda will showing and selling her work at the Decatur Arts Festival, May 18-19 and the Virginia Highland Summerfest, June 1-2.

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Post supplied by Gail Goodwin; images by Anne Godsey.