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Story originally published by KY3. Operation Squad Car has one purpose: to comfort kids during scary times. Connie Bradford, a member of the Ozark...
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Story originally published by Oanow.com. Ethel Mae Webb was spunky. She was described as a well-liked, caring person who was never afraid to speak...
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Story originally published by CBS 4. No parent should have to endure their child’s passing. Knowing the pain a child’s loss causes,...
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Did you see these sewing-related news stories this year? They truly show that quilting is everywhere and that quilting changes everything! See more stories at our Quilting Changes Everything...

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Story originally published by FOX San Antonio. Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio, Texas...
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Story originally published by The Abilene Reporter-News. Members of one Texas community are sending love through quilts to the Hendrick Hospice...
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Futuristic technology is being created everywhere you turn, and now there is a robot that can sew a T-shirt! Because robots have a difficult time...
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Story originally published by Stevens Point Journal. Betty Burns of Almond, Wisconsin, spends her Monday afternoons sewing quilts for those in...
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Story originally published by The Inter-Mountain. The Log Cabin Quilters’ Guild in Elkins, West Virginia, has given warmth and love to...
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Story originally published by Journal Courier. October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day—a day that one San Antonio family has...
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Story originally published by The Casper Journal . What started out as a way to comfort troops upon their arrival home from deployment...
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Story originally published by The Virginian-Pilot  Approximately 7.6 million companion animals enter animal shelters every year in the U.S.,...
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Story originally published by NewsChannel 5  A Nashville-based charity is taking a group of refugees under their wing to teach them how to...
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Story originally published by KCRG  Sewers in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, made twelve weighted blankets during a Sharing the Weight event, an...
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Story originally published by The Stanly News & Press. What some sewers view as a necessity, Cathleen Vanhoy considers an unneeded accessory....
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Story originally published by WSBT22 Sew Loved, a volunteer-based non-profit organization in South Bend, Indiana, is working together with a local...
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Story originally published by The Journal Gazette. The devastating day of September 11, 2001, rang in the hearts of Americans all over the country...
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Story originally published by The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. A local quilt shop in Finleyville, Pennsylvania, went above and beyond to reduce...
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Story originally published by The Joplin Globe  After spending 1,000 hours making more than 150 quilts, the woman who dedicated the past 15...
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Story originally published by The State Journal-Register In 1948, Marian Brockschmidt entered two embroidered pictures in at the...
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Story originally published by The Courier  The Ohio Bluffton Scrap Artist Quilters are known for making quilts and sending them to veterans...
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Story originally published by The Daily Standard Lylly Vagedes, a junior at Coldwater High School in Coldwater, Michigan, gave her love of...
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Story originally published on 5 On Your Side. Michele Rouse is the definition of a fighter. After already beating breast cancer once, she was...
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Story originally published by India Live Today Penn State University scientists discovered a way to for fabric to be "self-healing",...
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Story originally published by Mesquite News  A passion for sewing and quilting has built a bridge between the First United Methodist Church...

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