A stitch in time
October 23, 2020
Shirley Moseley of Camp Crook, began embroidering scenes of the Native American culture nearly forty years ago in her free time, which at the time wasn't very much since she had four daughters that kept her busy as well as living and working on their ranch with her husband, Max. Moseley designed the quilt after reflecting on the Native American culture and wanted to depict the proud and noble culture of the Indian way.
Moseley's girls said she has always had an affinity for Native Americans and their culture, so it was interesting for her to work on the project. She designed the entire qui...
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