|Nostalgia - Apron Collection by Jean Adler|
|Jean Adler, a musician, mother, and wife
in Monticello, Wisconsin shares her apron collection with The Dining Room
at 209 Main:
If you have an apron whose age you are
this chart will give you a few clues:
Photos in the display used by permission:
APRON MEMORIES by EllynAnne Geisel, Andrew McMeel Publishing, 2006.
|Ruth Knight Sybers
Monticello, WI 53570
www.209main.com - Textiles - current and past exhibits at The Dining Room
firstname.lastname@example.org - to join e-mail list for announcements of knitting workshops/new exhibits at The Dining Room at 209 Main
email@example.com - to order patterns, books, Vivian Hoxbro kits, yarn, etc.
Annie Modesitt workshop - March 25,26,27
David Braunschweig who assists in "hanging" each exhibit.
Photos by Lori Manning
Copyright © 2007.
The Dining Room at 209 Main
TEN YEARS OF TEXTILE EXHIBITS - Ruth Knight Sybers
SILVER THREADS -- Lee Ann Kleeman
Point of View: thread-work by Beth Blahut
Hooked Rugs by Ellie Beck
JOYCE MARQUESS CAREY
First Knitting Invitational
Weaving and the Structo Loom
Valentina Devine Creates
JAPANESE TEXTILES -- OLD AND NEW
Men Who Knit
Quilts by the Thursday Friends
WEAVING WITH SEWING THREAD
HISTORIC MONTICELLO WOOLEN MILL
Katherine Pence Inspired by Everything
WHY DO I SPIN?
THE EARLY KNITTED WORKS OF JOYCE WILLIAMS
EMBROIDERY - the late Ellen Scheidler
QUILTS OF MONTICELLO
23 HATS BY ESTHER AND OLGA
FROM GRANDMA'S TRUNK
JEAN NORDLUND - Ewe Hues
NAVAJO RUGS Weavings - Fran Potter
FIRST SHOW Knitting - Ruth Sybers, Wall hanging - Kathy LaBeil