Creating a big, beautiful quilt may seem intimidating, but we’ll start with the basics and give you the skills you need to eventually make whatever quilted piece your mind can dream up!
Whether you create something practical like a blanket, or fun like a decorative pillow, the Quilting Project will educate and inspire.
In this project, you’ll:
- Learn about the traditions, patterns and techniques of quilting
- Research the three different types of quilts and what they look like
- Gain an understanding of the history of quilting in Canada and beyond
- Create a beautiful quilt of your own
Additional resources for this 4-H project can be obtained by contacting the 4-H Ontario programming team at email@example.com.
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Did you know?
The earliest intact piece of quilted fabric, a linen carpet found in a tomb in Mongolia, was believed to have been created in 100 BCE. Find out all there is to know about this craftmanship in this 4-H project!