Sun City West quilt donation delights residents, staff

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Posted 1/11/22

The machine embroidery group from the Rip ‘n Sew Club in Sun City West combined their skills to make a donation of two embroidered quilts for Agave in Scottsdale, a care center for …

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Sun City West quilt donation delights residents, staff

DONATION

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The machine embroidery group from the Rip ‘n Sew Club in Sun City West combined their skills to make a donation of two embroidered quilts for Agave in Scottsdale, a care center for seniors.

The first month, members made individual quilt squares featuring bees and flowers. The second month focused on squares decorated with butterflies.

Enough squares were made to allow two quilts to be made. 

Dakota Perry, manager and caretaker at Agave and grandson of Diane Perry, a member of Rip ‘n Sew and the machine embroidery group, sent a thank you note on behalf of the residents: “Thank you very much for the quilts! They look amazing and the ladies are very intrigued by them! They were commenting on how beautiful the embroidery is!”

The quilts were hung in a hallway so both residents and staff could enjoy the interesting details. 

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