M.O.K.A. Quilt Study Group
Covering the states of MO, OK, KS & AR.
On Saturday, 28 February 2004, a group of 38 quilt history enthusiasts from Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas met in Joplin Missouri. Charlotte Enfield and Edith Idleman organized the meeting for the purpose of forming a quilt study group. This new study group chose the name "M.O.K.A. Quilt Study Group" (using the first letter of the four state area it will cover: Missouri, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas). This group chose to meet quarterly.
The next M.O.K.A. Quilt Study Group meeting will meet on Nov 5th & 6th at the Southside Church of Christ, 919 S. Dixieland Rd., Rogers, Arkansas.
Friday Evening: 6:00 PM Social hour and Antique Button Display
Saturday 9:30 AM "From Bustle to Brassiere" late 19th and early 20th Century Clothing/Textiles, presenter, Holly Crowe.
Saturday 1:00 PM "History of Aussie Fabrics",presenter, Raquel White
Cost $20.00 at the door, but reservations are needed. Cost includes lunch on Saturday. Contact Alice McElwain at firstname.lastname@example.org for reservations or more information.