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Rip ’N’ Sew quilters take their work on the road

Posted 9/19/22

“Have quilts, will travel” could be the motto of Rip ’N’ Sew’s subgroup, Quilts for a Cause.

Even having the Sun City West clubhouse closed for refurbishing …

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Rip ’N’ Sew quilters take their work on the road

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“Have quilts, will travel” could be the motto of Rip ’N’ Sew’s subgroup, Quilts for a Cause.

Even having the Sun City West clubhouse closed for refurbishing didn’t stop these intrepid members who make quilts for charities.

They packed their sewing tools and unfinished quilts and went to the twice-weekly temporary home of the club at the Kuentz center. 

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