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Quilters make effort to keep history alive

Slowly, sure hands
make tiny stitches, marrying
multiple pieces of
fabric in, what eventually
emerges as, a pattern.
The Town of Unicoi
History Committee held a
quilting bee and social tea
Saturday at Bogart-Bowman
Log Cabin in Unicoi.
“We're trying to keep
the history alive for the
kids,” said Leisa Willis,
a member of the history
committee.

For the remainder of this article please see the August 13, 2013 edition of The Erwin Record.

By Dylan Chesser
Staff Writer
[email protected]