One of Michigan's leading quilting shows is canceling its October date.
For 15 years, the Keepers of Quilting Traditions show in Durand has been considered one of the best in the state, and a major draw for the small mid-Michigan town.
Loretta Rolfes, secretary of the group, says they have struggled to keep a quality show over the past couple of years, and there are just not enough hands to get everything done this year.
Last year, the Keepers of Quilting Traditions show in Durand saw over 700 attendees. Rolfes says some young people are interested in quilting, but busy lifestyles prevent them from doing crafts like this.
“We want to keep that interest alive,” says Rolfes.
* Listen to our conversation with Loretta Rolfes above.