From the silent voice of death come the soundest lessons in life

Sue Morley  0429 808 107

Thread Shed Creations ….stitching stories on the fabric of life …. threadshed@bigpond.com

Unfortunately until such a time as we stop losing people in workplace tragedies, the life quilt will likely continue to evolve to include more faces and stories In the future.

We have been assured that if someone would like to have their loved one included, there will be the ability to do that.
FOR FUTURE FAMILIES
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The life quilt project was brought about as a result of a similar project that was done in Canada.  The idea here was to commemorate the lives of people who have died at work in South Australia

There was also an important focus of acknowledging the co-workers that are affected by the death of a colleague at work and of course the life long impact of a work place deaths on families and friends.


The life quilt is essentially a beautiful piece of art work that has the important job of raising awareness of safety at work.

COMMEMORATION IN ART
SOME STORIES of the LIFE QUILT
THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND THE PROJECT

From the Left - Janet Giles, Kim Tolotta, Sue Morley, Megan Brotherton, Sandra Dann

THE LAUNCH PHOTO GALLERY
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