We all received a Community Education Tool-Kit in a Flint Handmade grocery tote with a tomato pincushion and a book on making fresh, modern quilts. Jenni picked a red tote bag. :)
Michelle (r) worked with Sue to cut her fabric.
After pinning our fabric pieces together, we finally got to start sewing! Sue sews her pinned pieces in a chain stitch, feeding them in one after the next.
Sue was so proud of her block with the black and white mitered border! She had to leave early, but her new quilting book will help her complete her block!
We wish to express our gratitude to the Ruth Mott Foundation for funding our SkillShare Workshops.
Our participants get to take home all of the supplies used to share their new skills with friends and family and continue the tradition of the domestic arts and crafts of our American cultural heritage.
THANK YOU, RUTH MOTT FOUNDATION!