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ISM: Bertha Stenge Quilt Collection Activity: Design a Local Quilting Pattern
Students research quilt designs by Bertha Stenge. They make a list of things that they could stylize as a design motif. They create a quilt design based on local history and landmarks and sew it onto a pre-made quilt block or quilt.
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