The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Returning warmth

Burma refugees not your usual quilters

If space allowed, any number of Lutheran quilting stories are worthy of print--a record number sewn, the highest price paid at a quilt auction, the longevity of a group that cuts, sews and ties in the church basement week after week.

And those are just the stories from thousands of congregations. There are millions more from the people of this world who have found warmth and comfort under patchwork quilts made by Lutheran hands

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