Road Trip! Finding Fabric with Mary Sue Fenner
June 19 – 22, 2017
The Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts is pleased to team up with Mary Sue Fenner for a motorcoach tour in search of fabric – cottons, wools, silks, linens, whatever you can imagine – and fiber inspiration. Join us to travel to Minnesota this summer to visit fabric suppliers, to share ideas, good time and our love of sewing.
If you’ve taken a class with Mary Sue, you know she uses great fabric and embellishments. And if you don’t know Mary Sue, come on along and get to know her as she shares her talents and fabric sources. With the planned stops, you’ll be sure to find fabrics perfect for your sewing projects, whether you’re a quilter, fashionista or a home decor enthusiast.
Fabric Tour stops include something for everyone:
- SR Harris Fabric Outlet
- Mall of America
- Minnesota Textile Center
- Treadle Yard Goods
- Cherrywood Hand Dyed Fabrics’ Dye Shop
- Colorz for Quilts
- Faribault Woolen Mill Co.
Cost: $425 per person, double occupancy
Included: three hot breakfasts, hotel room w/double occupancy, motorcoach transportation, basic driver gratuity, box lunch on Thursday, tour fees, host Mary Sue Fenner, group coordinator, and whatever fun items we can add along the way!
Additional expenditures: dinners, lunches except Thursday, shopping, activities outside the tour itinerary and single occupancy if desired.
Review the attached document for complete details and registration form. Payment goes to Journeys & Gatherings, not the museum.
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Mail registration to: Journeys & Gatherings, 2060 Hawthorne Drive, Elm Grove, WI 53122
Mary Sue Fenner received broad training in fiber arts, first as a Clothing, Textiles and Design
major at the University of Wisconsin-Stout, and later in England, Kansas and UW-Milwaukee.
Mary Sue was an instructor at the Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, and teaches her One-Of-A-Kind
Jacket class at the Sievers School of Fiber Arts. She is noted for use of bright colors and her own handspun
yarns. Mary Sue’s clothing and accessories can be seen in area shows, galleries and shops, and have been
featured in Handwoven, Shuttle, Spindle & Dyepot, Belle Armoire, Altered Couture, Sew Somerset and
Haute Handbags magazines. She recently won the HGA Award at the Wisconsin Handweavers
“Loominosity” and teaches seminars in weaving, sewing and jacket construction.