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Web Activity: Craft For this web activity I would like you to watch an episode of the PBS documentary series “Craft in America” and answer the questions below. I have attached these instructions and questions below in a word document so that you can print them out. Once you have watched the film and answered all of the questions go to the “Tests and Quizzes” tab of the website and fill in your answers under Web Activity 1. This will not be timed, so you do not need to rush. Be sure you have plenty of time to complete the assignment; you can only submit it once. Answer each question as thoroughly as you can. In some cases, the best, most complete answer is more than a single sentence. At the time of the video, how much revenue does the quilting industry generate yearly? 4.5 billion dollar industry Where does Joe Cunningham, professional quiltmaker, draw his inspiration from?
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