|Civil War Quilts|
Event Type: Legacy Event|
Age Group(s): Adults, Teens
Start Time: 10:30 AM
End Time: 12:30 PM
Part history lesson, part craft class, this program will cover the important role quilts played in the Civil War, women's roles during the war, and the Minnesota connections to the war. Learn about the types and colors of fabrics and patterns that can be used to start your own civil War reproduction quilt project. Create a miniature Civil War Quilt block during the program. A pattern, instructions, needle, and materials for the miniature quilt block will be provided. Bring a sharp fabric scissors. Limit: 12 sewers plus unlimited number of listeners. Only sewers need register.Library: Great River Regional Library - Big Lake Map
Presenter: Corrine Lanz
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