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An 11th grade homeschooler, Jordanne Stetter began sewing and quilting at age 8, helping her mother and grandmother. That’s when she completed her first sewing project, an apron. She made her first quilt at age 11.
Tyann Jones, age 9, and Audie Rice, age 10, combined their talents to make a quilt, enter a statewide 4-H competition, and have their piece, “Lots of Love,” showcased in “Texas 4-H Quilts and Student Masterpieces,” at the San Antonio museum through Jan. 11.
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Drawings, painting, sculptures, and jewelry addressing issues relating to war and to the beauty of life, presented by disabled American veterans from Texas.
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Institute of Texan Cultures puts classic and contemporary artisanship on display in two traveling exhibits from the Texas Quilt Museum
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