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Club Focus: Heritage Quilting Skills

photos of crazy quilters

Volunteer Club Leader: Karen Mersinger

Volunteer Club Co-Leader: Pat Brown, project support

2021 President Avery Higgins

“My name is Avery Higgins I’m the president of the 4-H Crazy Quilters club. I’m 12 years old and love to take my dog with me everywhere, to be with my family, and play volleyball in my spare time. My best 4-H memory is when I got to be president, and also when I won first prize and best of show for my quilt. I’ve been in 4-H for 3 years now and I really enjoy going to meetings, hope you like my bio and thank you!”

2021 Secretary Sally Cabrera

“Hi, I am  Sally Cabrera. I’m twelve years old, and I love music and art. I play the cello and the piano, and any other time, I’m usually doing an art project. I love to sew, which makes the quilting club a great place. I think my favorite thing in my years of 4-H, would have to be the time that I won 2nd place in a quilt show for my very first quilt. I’ve only been in 4-H for two years, but it’s been a great two years and I’m so excited to share this club with others!”

Meeting Times: 3rd Saturday, 9–11:30 a.m.

We are supported by the Hearts and Hands Quilt Guild: Hearts and Hands NC

Photo Album

Beginning Pin Wheel Quilts: January/February 2019 Project

Young 4-Hers holding up sewing project Young 4-Hers sewing Young 4-Hers sewing Young 4-Hers sewing Young 4-Hers sewing Young 4-Hers ironing

October 2018 Meeting: Teddy Bear Project

completed projectworking on teddy bears

working on teddy bears

Meetings in 2017standing group of four girls with two quilters

adult quilters helping youth participants sew quilt blocks

To join contact and register with Lee County 4-H at 4HOnline.