American Quilt Making: Stories in Cloth
The pioneers quilted blankets to provide warmth and to record and preserve their family stories as they traveled west to the frontier. Kids can learn about the outside influences, such as Eastern European immigrants and African slaves, that have shaped this very American tradition. Your students can create their own distinct designs in a wonderful project that will provide them with a great appreciation of quilting.
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