Barn quilting for a cause benefits Navarre school

It’s that time of year again where warm weather is upon us, somewhat, and we come out of our homes and begin our spring time activities. Barn quilt making has been a bit of a hot-topic for the News-Times, in keeping the Chapman’s position as the “Barn Quilt City of Kansas”. To that end the News-Times tagged along as a group of talented women from around Dickinson County came together at the Navarre Community Center on Sunday, April 8 to spend a few hours in fellowship taking part in a rural tradition.
The class was led by barn quilt aficionado and promoter of the local “Barn Quilts of Chapman and Dickinson County” trail, Lori Hambright. Lori has been teaching these classes for a little over four and a half years with the first class held in October 2013 in the Chapman Ag Building.

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