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One of the  Hawaiian Quilt traditions that was strictly followed in our family was that you   “Never Sit On A Quilt”.  You never sat  on a quilt because the quilt was treated with  great respect due to the time invested and the belief that the quilt is the embodiment of the creator’s spirit. To be respectful of the quilt demonstrated respect for the creator as well. You could sleep under the quilt, but never sit on top.  The correct way to sit on a bed that was covered with a quilt was to life the corner of the quilt and then sit on the uncovered area.

 

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NO Class November 16 & Holiday Party December 14

November 14, 2019
Happy Birthday King David Kalakaua celebrated on November 16 at the Iolani Palace. No Quilting Class the Palace is using the hall for the King's Birthday.