Quilt making has a long tradition and is often associated with social events. Making quilts can bring people together as they share the tasks of cutting fabric, laying out pieces, stiching, and sewing. These are stories that readers have sent in about their quilt making experiences.
- Jesse writes about the gathering at Millers Children's Hospital in Long Beach, California
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