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General Studio Support

We kindly seek your support for the John C. Campbell Folk School Quilting Studio within the Louise Pitman Fiber Arts Building. Your contributions will help us establish a remarkable haven for quilters, fostering creativity and nurturing their artistic expression.

The Quilting Studio provides a spacious and well-lit environment, equipped with a wide range of sewing machines, cutting tables, a fabric closet, and a well-stocked supply room. Quilters can fully engage in their craft and explore a reading library for inspiration and knowledge. Moreover, the studio’s versatility allows other artistic disciplines to benefit from the ample workspace and tables when quilting classes are not in session.

Your generous support will enable us to maintain and improve this vibrant quilting sanctuary within the Louise Pitman Fiber Arts Building, empowering quilters to push their art’s boundaries and preserve the rich heritage of quilting.

Week or Weekend Scholarships

Our scholarship program helps those who would otherwise be unable to attend have joyous and enlivening learning experiences. Examples of recipients might be young people without deeper financial resources, people burdened by the weight of medical debt, or those challenged by a significant life event who need respite. Imagine helping a passionate, burgeoning creative who’s poised to become a professional quilter.

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Quilting Studio In The Louise Pitman Fiber Arts Building

The quilting studio is an expansive, well-lit space with plenty of tables, chairs, sewing machines, and wall boards. Quilters easily design and create masterpieces from colorful fabrics in this ample space. Picnic tables outside offer students a pleasant spot to sew in warmer weather. When a quilting class is not in session, this studio is used for other classes, such as doll making or surface design.

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Weaving, Rugs, Needlework & Thread Art, Lace, Beading, Quilting, Sewing, Basketry, Brooms, Chair Seats, Gourds, Leather Coordinator

Allie Dudley

Allie is a textile artist working primarily in weaving and stitching. After completing a degree in Cinema & Media Studies at the University of Chicago, they turned towards textiles, taking a historical angle, and focusing on traditional tapestries, Appalachian coverlets, and antique stitching samplers. Allie’s weavings have been included in international shows, including the Irene Davies Emerging Artist Award Finalist Exhibition at the Australian Tapestry Workshop, and they are a member of the South Arts 2021 Emerging Traditional Artists Program cohort. Allie now lives in Brasstown with their goats.

Locate & Contact

Please contact Development for more information.

John C. Campbell Folk School

Development Office

Barbie White, Development Manager

1.800.FOLK.SCH (365-5724) x39

Mailing Address
One Folk School Road
Brasstown, NC 28902

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