★ Created by Girl Scout Brownies Troop 3271 from Blue Springs, Missouri, “Acceptance”

★ Created by Girl Scout Brownies Troop 3271 from Blue Springs, Missouri, “Acceptance”

Created by Girl Scout Brownies Troop 3271 from Blue Springs, Missouri
Title: “Acceptance”
Dream Theme: Community
Organizer: Kindra Van Hoesen
With the Girl Scouts of Northeast Kansas and Northwest Missouri
What is your group’s artwork about? 
I am the leader of a Brownie Girl Scout troop for girls with special needs. 
Since our girls really don’t understand what a dream is (other than the kind 
they have while sleeping) the moms discussed what our dreams were for our daughters. 
We decided that more than anything we wanted our girls to be accepted for who they were, 
disabilities and all.
I had the moms give me a picture of the girls and asked the girls to 
draw a picture for me. I scanned their artwork into the computer and printed 
it onto fabric. I scanned in their picture and put their heads inside the flowers. 
These flowers are above a heart labeled “Acceptance” because these girls truly 
blossom once accepted.
Did you enjoy this project?
Yes, however I have never made a quilt before in my life!
Participants:
Kindra Van Hoesen (adult leader), Allison Van Hoesen, Anessa Hodges, Ella Raney, Faith Hogan, Mia Tarantello, Olivia Goff, Sarah Roberts
Techniques & Materials Used: Fabric, scanned images of artwork onto fabric, appliquéd pictures scanned onto fabric.

★ Created by Girl Scout Brownies Troop 3271 from Blue Springs, Missouri, “Acceptance”

★ Created by Girl Scout Brownies Troop 3271 from Blue Springs, Missouri, “Acceptance”