On cold days some things like hot tea, a fire in the fireplace or snuggling under a new quilt seems to just warm your heart and your body just thinking about it.
Wednesday the Saint Andrews Bay Quilting Guild fulfilled one of those things.
Members of St. Andrew Bay Quilters' Guild presented more than 20 quilts to Diane Williams, the regional director of Catholic Charities of Northwest Florida for the Saint Barnabus House.
Prior to getting the new quilts, she gave a little in-sight about the house.
Williams said the quilts will go in the 8-bedroom transitional home which provides temporary housing to families, single parents with minor children and pregnant women. Many of whom are on their way to being self sufficient. The quilts were made by members of the Saint Andrews Bay Quilting Guild.
Each month the guild selects a different organization to receive the donated handmade quilts.