Tiverton seniors sew — and reap — big profits

Knitting, quilting proceeds all go to charity; sale is Saturday

By Tom Killin Dalglish
Posted 8/24/17

TIVERTON — The Tiverton Senior Center hosts what is surely among the most productive crafting operations in the region. Within the center's walls nearly 50 senior citizens, all but one of them women, make knitted products and quilts that they sell locally, giving the proceeds to good causes close to home.

The group ranges in age from their 50's to their late 80's.

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