Quilt Show opens Saturday at Lincoln Boyhood

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Wildflower-themed quilts will celebrate arrival of spring

LINCOLN CITY – From Saturday, April 12 to May 11, visitors to the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial will have an opportunity to view quilts on display in the Nancy Hanks Lincoln Hall.

In the 1800s, when the Lincoln family lived in this area, quilts were often made out of necessity for the sole purpose of keeping warm.

Sewing and needlework were the basis of a girl’s education and were fundamental skills for being a wife and mother. The legacy and art of quilting was passed down from generation to generation.

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