Quilt making is an opportunity for the women at Christ Worship Center to develop a skill that they, as little girls, probably watched their grandmothers do so very well.
“We love helping each other pick different fabrics and patterns for our quilts,” says one group member. “It’s very much a sharing experience.”
It’s also a potentially great form of outreach. If a family in the community is seeking an economical way to stay warm, the ladies are on hand to help anyone learn the skill of quilt making.
Among the early American colonists, quilts were an essential item during cold winters. They helped provide snug covers for beds. They also hung over doors and windows to keep out the frost on winter nights.
“Quilt making gives you a sense of accomplishment, And it’s a delight because, when they are completed, they are so pretty to look at.”
Interested? For more information, call the church at 615-672-2202.