4H quilters
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4H quilters
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It’s hard to imagine all the energy generated when 20 kids and 15 adults join together to make magic happen with fabric, but that’s what happened at the 4th annual 4-H Camp held this past month.  

The Grayson Country Quilters, in cooperation with USU extension service, spend two days tutoring and teaching the youth of the community how to make quilts.  This included choosing fabric and a pattern, cutting it out, sewing, pressing, and eventually adding batting and a back.  

Hopefully, many of these quilt will be at this year’s 4th of July Quilt show.  The photos included show just a few of the awesome projects and teachers who helped with this hands-on experience. 

Courtesy photos
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