Jersey Proud: Quilting for a Cause ensures homeless have warmth at shelters
Some volunteers in North Jersey are coming together to help the homeless, and making Jersey Proud in the process.
The sewing machines have been busy in Pequannock and in homes around North Jersey.
The volunteer group Quilting for a Cause has been churning out the quilts for the homeless. They've been sewing in earnest for four years now, and they just sewed their 4,000th quilt. Diane Bianco gets the credit for officially completing that milestone quilt.
Blairstown's Rosemary Phalon founded the group a few years ago to provide warmth to those in homeless shelters. But it's not just her, as she has an army of sewers.
People have also donated fabric and thread.