Meet Amy Milne, Executive Director of the Quilt Alliance, who shares the history and samples of quilts made by children. Amy also discusses the Kids Initiative and talks about the importance of documenting your quilts and the various ways to create a label.

Also in this show, Alex shares her experience with her parents' Alzheimer’s and the help she received to make an activity mat for her mother. She discusses how you can make your own activity mats geared toward individual needs.

Watch Amy in Show 2509, when it debuts Sunday, October 20, 2019.

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