Bunchgrass Quilters decorate Ridgewood

The Bunchgrass Quilters have once again out done themselves with their generosity and talent.

Bunchgrass Quilters Mary Bird

Over the past year these wonderful ladies have taken their needles and fabric in hand and created absolutely amazing mini quilts to hang on the doors of Ridgewood Lodge.  The different designs and techniques are truly works of art that we can all appreciate.  They will help residents find their rooms as each quilt has a specific theme.  As we were looking through them we all saw different traits that would apply to each resident like a cowboy on a bucking bronco, a whimsical cat, a wood duck or a gone fishin’ theme.  The imagination and talent of these ladies is truly a sight to see.  We can’t thank them enough.

These quilts will remain at Ridgewood Lodge as a tribute to the big hearts and talent found in our little town of Princeton.

 

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