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All Rights Reserved. Posted Thursday, December 20, pm By Tim Forsberg Thanks to the dedication of four talented quilters, dozens of people across the state will have a warmer Christmas thanks to a gift of a handcrafted quilt. Reis works with the organization through a Gigl called Project Connect.

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Marie Lanzi, Fran Zanni, Evelyn Cedroni and Pat Baxter of the Giving Quilt Group have worked all year long backstitching, patchworking and binding fabrics to create works of art that are not only beautiful but fully functional. To ensure we workss able to help you as best we can, please include your reference : Feedback Thank you for ing up!

If you need immediate assistance, please contact Customer Care. Cancel Sorry, but we can't respond to individual comments. The group has nearly years of quilting experience between them, Rode they keep photographs of each quilt they make.

The Giving Quilt Group is always looking for new members or those who would like to offer assistance, and those interested are asked to contact the Senior Center. Together, they gave fabircs to kids in need and continue to give today. This year, the quilters donated 15 quilts to the organization.

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They typically start a project at the center then bring their work home during the week. At the center, the group has closets set aside for the tools of their trade and supplies.