Bridge quilters donate warmth to Resthaven residents

On July 26, the Bridge Patches and Quilters Club visited Resthaven Murray Bridge to donate some beautiful hand-stitched quilts.

Donation: Resthaven relieving manager residential services Linden Brazier accepts four beautiful handmade quilts from Bridge Patches and Quilters Club president Julie Dohnt and a club member.

Donation: Resthaven relieving manager residential services Linden Brazier accepts four beautiful handmade quilts from Bridge Patches and Quilters Club president Julie Dohnt and a club member.

Resthaven relieving manager Linden Brazier accepted the four quilts on behalf of residents, saying The quilts would be greatly appreciated by family and friends.

The four quilts were handmade and of beautiful quality, with each one sporting a unique design.

Themes include a sheep scene, flowers, and a traditional quilt pattern.

Resthaven Murray Bridge lifestyle coordinator Sharon Crannitch plans to share the quilting story with residents at the regular morning tea.

The organisation would like to thank the Bridge Patches and Quilters Club for their kind donation.

To become a Resthaven volunteer go online at https://www.resthaven.asn.au/volunteering-careers/volunteer/ or phone 8373 9036.

For more information or to join Bridge Patches and Quilters call Julie Dohnt on 0428 322 217.

Beautiful: Four quilts were donated to Resthaven Murray Bridge for residents to use.

Beautiful: Four quilts were donated to Resthaven Murray Bridge for residents to use.