STUART — Thread-by-thread, Antonieta Roblero sewed together pieces of fabric to form the figure of a doll.
“It’s a handmade product, in which we invest a lot of time. You make it with love and care,” Roblero said in Spanish. “It doesn’t come from a factory.”
The doll Roblero worked on is one of several projects she and almost a dozen other women have crafted together as part of the Arte Para Mujeres program at House of Hope’s Golden Gate Center in Stuart.
House of Hope, a Martin County nonprofit, started the program for Spanish-speaking women to learn and create