|Customer Scott B, shown above, came in one day and asked for help picking fabrics for a quilt he designed. He is chaplain for a group of Lakota Indians who have a ministry of teaching children to sew. He provided the fabric and pattern for this group to make him his own quilt to cherish now and be buried in some day.|
Full of symbolism, the center looks like a turtle because the United States was once known as the Turtle Nation to Lakota tribes due to it's shape.
Scott was very happy with the way it turned out and I was very pleased to be a part of it. Nice job, ladies.