This summer I had a great opportunity to work with some amazing and unique young adults. The goal was to teach them how to crochet or possibly knit Each Wednesday morning in the humid and sticky summer days. I’d go to Bailey’s Cafe to teach a form of Fiber Arts. I learned that it was challenging and rewarding to work with the group because of their unique personalities. After a few sessions, we decided to make a community tapestry. Zevadiah, inspired me. He created his contribution–a beautiful scene of women walking in the sun–from fabric scraps. I decided to add fabric scraps into my piece as well. Each week I looked forward to going to Bailey’s because working with the young adults was very impressive and beautiful. We are very proud of our final product now hanging in Bailey’s Backroom Gallery.