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4-H Club gets project stitched up together

Stitched together - The members of the Badenoch 4-H Club proudly displayed their pillow creations, crafted by hand. Members are: Sage Bearinger, Sarah DeJonge, Brandon Bartlett, Nathan DeJonge, Madison Bartlett, Brock Bartlett, and Elizabeth Law.  submitted photo

4-H Club gets project stitched up together

BADENOCH - The first and second meetings of the Badenoch 4-H Sewing Club were held recently at the home of Joan Law.  

The children started by learning how to thread needles, tie knots and sew on buttons.  Next, they moved on to the sewing machines and started making the lining for the pillows. The members had to remember to only sew three sides on the machine so that there was an opening for the stuffing.  

Then they cut the corners to make it easier to turn inside out, filled them with stuffing and finished the fourth side.  A different pattern was chosen for each pillow cover.  

Once the pillow covers were sewn, the children put them over the liner and hand finished the edge.

This column was submitted by Nathan DeJonge, press liason for the Badenoch 4-H Club.

May 10, 2013


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