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‘Recycled Artire’

Contributed The Lincoln County 4-H Summer Ventures programs for youth for three days worked on “Recycled Artire” which utilizes textiles to create pieces of art. The participants learned entrepreneurship as well as decision making skills. Day one consisted of turning t-shirt strips into circular rugs, using a hula hoop as the frame. The following day youth created textile murals. They prepared a sketch of their planned theme and began layering fabric, lace, ribbons, buttons and more until they reached their ultimate goal. Day three was a gift from the heart. Dog or cat beds were created from used sweaters.  Pictured back row are Carley Friday, MaKinley McSwain, and Anna Smith; middle row, Conner Avery, Gracie Avery, Olivia Friday; front row, Anna Marie Davis, Zoe Cloer, Sophie Perkins.

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The Lincoln County 4-H Summer Ventures programs for youth for three days worked on “Recycled Artire” which utilizes textiles to create pieces of art. The participants learned entrepreneurship as well as decision making skills. Day one consisted of turning t-shirt strips into circular rugs, using a hula hoop as the frame. The following day youth created textile murals. They prepared a sketch of their planned theme and began layering fabric, lace, ribbons, buttons and more until they reached their ultimate goal. Day three was a gift from the heart. Dog or cat beds were created from used sweaters. Pictured back row are Carley Friday, MaKinley McSwain, and Anna Smith; middle row, Conner Avery, Gracie Avery, Olivia Friday; front row, Anna Marie Davis, Zoe Cloer, Sophie Perkins.

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