Pepperwood Quilters donate quilts to charity

Pepperwood Quilters members. Picture: Kristie Lim
Pepperwood Quilters members. Picture: Kristie Lim

PEPPERWOOD Quilters are making dozens of quilts to keep struggling children warm this winter.

About 20 women meet each Monday and every second and fourth Friday at the Alice Davoren Centre in Lockridge.

They sew quilts and crochet blankets and knit teddy bears for the Foster Care Association of WA, a women’s refuge in Midland and Shalom House.

Member Elizabeth Hill said the group would soon deliver 40 quilts to foster children and have made about 120 so far this year.

She said the group had their own grown-up families so they believed it was important to support those people in need.

For information, call Elizabeth on 0429953276.

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