Another Duo–Origami Star and Grandmother’s Flower Garden

The Old Rugged Cross Historical Museum in Reed City, MI is now the home of two quilt blocks.
The museum is built near the home of Rev. George Bennard, who wrote the hymn which is a favorite of many, “The Old Rugged Cross.”
Grandmother’s Flower Garden was chosen to be one of the blocks, as it is a favorite of the benefactor.
It welcomes people to the museum’s entry door on the side of the building.

Origami Star was chosen by the Quilt Trail committee to partner with it because of its hexagonal design, relating it to the Grandmother’s Flower Garden block.

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Coordinator of Osceola County, Michigan Quilt Trail.
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