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American Heritage Girls is proud to support Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child in bringing the good news of Christ to children all over the world. In order to complete the Textile Arts merit badge, my daughter organized a service … Continue reading
Just in case you have not figured it out by now, YES I AM CRAZY!!! And I love creating SWAPS for multi-troop events. To go with my PiPa Needle Arts Badge this summer, I made a knitting SWAP. I got … Continue reading
Here is the third eye glass case I made to use with my Needle Arts Merit Badge. I began with a free pattern I found on the Love Knitting Blog.
Did you see yesterday’s post for an Easy Eye Glass Case? Today I’m sharing a different version of the same project.
Lately I have been busy getting ready to teach the Needle Arts badge to a group of PiPas. I’m excited to share my love of knitting with them. I am designing a set of simple projects for them to complete. … Continue reading
I do not know many girls who do not enjoy tie-dying. No matter what you do, or what colors you use, a masterpiece is just around the corner. While the craft part of the Textile Arts badge is easy to … Continue reading
Recently I had the privilege of working with a group of Pioneers to complete the Creative Crafts Merit Badge. I was asked to lead the discussion on the topic of internet craft sales. As an online seller, I was very … Continue reading
Many years ago, I received a 23rd Psalms Bracelet for Mother’s Day from my children. I was looking for a project to go with the creative crafts merit badge and knew this would be a great project.
This past summer, I taught the Textile Arts Merit Badge at summer camp to an amazing group of Pioneers. In addition to making several textile art projects we learned about the history of quilt making.