Play checkers while eating on your checkerboard picnic blanket or snuggle in a warm rag quilt (kits available).
We shared a quilt pattern by Lori Holt: Family Reunion. A suggestion given was have each family help make the different blocks. When it is a completed quilt, auction it off as a fund raiser for the next reunion.
Family patches might be a perfect new tradition for your family. Each year make a new patch to represent that family reunion.
My family goes to Bear Lake each year. Can't be in Garden City without a raspberry milkshake! And it wouldn't be a Rager family reunion without a game of "Mormon Bridge".This patch should help us remember the great days at Bear Lake.
Pillows, chairs, bracelets, headbands, and water bottle straps, just to name a few, projects that may keep the family members creativity alive. Some folks even took advantage of our 'make n take' time where they were able to see how easy a headband will be to make at their next family reunion.
We have a great time at Cotton Stitchers! What is Cotton Stitchers? It is our free sewing club for everyone! Third Saturday of every month; 10:00 in our classroom; projects, ideas, demos, and refreshments. Hope to see you next month! Come and see what we have in store for you on August 18th.