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Plant a Ulu(Breadfruit) tree at the birth of a child so it will have enough food his whole life. One of many legends associated with the Ulu Tree and that is why many quilters start with the Ulu design first before all others.   22″ x 22″  Designed by John Serrao

 

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Did you know that the Ulu instead of the Taro was the staple of choice for the people of Puna on Hawaii Island.  Because of the type of land found in the area it was the ulu tree that was easier to grow in abundance.  The Puna natives were also able to plant the Ulu in deep holes so that the leaves and fruit grew at ground level to make harvesting easier. Read more about this amazing  Ulu from Puna.  Puna Online

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NO Class May 11 – Have A Happy Mothers Day!

May 8, 2019May 8, 2019
[caption id="attachment_11087" align="alignleft" width="202"] Althea Poakalani Ku Serrao. Missing her on this Mothers Day. It was her passion of Hawaiian Quilting that started the Poakalani Classes.[/caption] Class Cancelled for May 11.  We'll see everyone back at the Ohana Market Place  on May 18.  Have A Happy's Mothers Day..

We’ve Temporarily Moved

January 18, 2019January 18, 2019
  ...while our quilting room in the Kana'ina Building on the grounds of the Iolani Palace is under renovations.  You can find us every Saturday at our new temporary location at the Ohana Market Place at 333 Ward Ave, the Old Sports Authority Location.  For more information call 808-524-0394.  Thank you