Sheridan Byrd cut strips of fabric from an old t-shirt Wednesday, then tied them together to make a backpack.
?This is probably the most interesting thing we?ve done,? she as her nimble fingers tied the fabric. ?It?s unique and it gives you something to do with a shirt that?s too big or too small. I?ll probably use it to carry swim stuff.?
Sheridan, age 10, comes to Humanity House every day at 11 a.m. for Cool Crafts for Kids, then walks with the group to Iola High School for the USD 257 Summer Lunch Program. It gives her something to do during the summer.
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