During a Lee’s Summit Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show and Boutique held at Woods Chapel Methodist Church, Aggie Meyers, left, of Lee’s Summit, and Nancy Vohs, of Grandview, viewed four themed T-shirt quilts on display at a Veterans Community Project tiny house. In addition to sewing quilts for veterans who reside in the tiny homes, Guild members created T-shirt quilts for a raffle that will be held during VCP’s November fundraiser at Union Station.
During a Lee’s Summit Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show and Boutique held at Woods Chapel Methodist Church, Aggie Meyers, left, of Lee’s Summit, and Nancy Vohs, of Grandview, viewed four themed T-shirt quilts on display at a Veterans Community Project tiny house. In addition to sewing quilts for veterans who reside in the tiny homes, Guild members created T-shirt quilts for a raffle that will be held during VCP’s November fundraiser at Union Station. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Democrat
During a Lee’s Summit Quilters’ Guild Quilt Show and Boutique held at Woods Chapel Methodist Church, Aggie Meyers, left, of Lee’s Summit, and Nancy Vohs, of Grandview, viewed four themed T-shirt quilts on display at a Veterans Community Project tiny house. In addition to sewing quilts for veterans who reside in the tiny homes, Guild members created T-shirt quilts for a raffle that will be held during VCP’s November fundraiser at Union Station. Anne Marie Hunter Special to The Democrat

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October 22, 2018 06:32 PM