Troop 62019 welcomes you to follow along on our GIRLtopia journey. The girls have identified 16 themes that are important to them as women and are researching the themes with respect to the past, present, and future. Our plan is to make a 16-block quilt that will be on display in the Killingworth library and then ultimately at the Parmelee Farm House once the Killingworth Historical Society makes that their permanent location. Each girl is assigned two themes and each adult leader has one theme. Each of us is designing our blocks with a personal interpretation of the theme. We plan to use the colors of beige, green, and a bit of red in each block along with whatever other color(s) each girl chooses. We hope that the beige background and green sashing will bring all of our blocks together. Some of the blocks will be pieced while others will be assembled via applique. Each girl will embellish with embroidery as desired. Doesn’t this sound exciting?
ASL Aviation Career/Hobbies Clara E. Parmelee Community Service Courage Crazy Quilt Stitches deaf community Education EMTs Fabric first responders Forgiveness Freedom Fusible Webbing Girl Scout Cookie Booth Girl Scout Gold Girl Scout Trefoil Project GIRLtopia Global Conservation Gold Happiness Harriet Quimby Hiking Honesty Independence Individuality Justice Killingorth Explorer Killingworth Historical Society Killingworth Library Kindness Knitting life guarding lifeguarding Love Margaret Rolfe Midnight Run mountain bike quilt My Native Town Pajama Program Parmelee Farm Peace Poetry Quilting Relationships/Friendship Respect Safety Sandy Smith scherenschnitt Shelter/Homelife sign language interpreters survey Swimming Title IX Togetherness Water safety YMCA