A stitch in time: Newton, Hillsboro residents work on high-dollar MCC auction quilt

Rose Wiebe Haury, right, and Charlene Driggers, sit with the quilt they and Carol Ingenthron made for the 2016 Kansas Mennonite Relief Sale, which Driggers' husband Darrell bought at the quilt auction for $11,900. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now

By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now Fifteen seems to be the lucky number for Charlene Driggers, who listened to 15 audio books while hand-quilting the...


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