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  • Quilted Bird Wall Hanging

    I made this little wall hanging for a fundraiser of the Wildlife Rehabilitators Association of Rhode Island. They are an amazing group of folks who treat injured wildlife free of charge. If you can afford a donation, that's great, but they will take in any injured wild animal or bird and treat it for free. I thought that was fantastic. I bought
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Thu, Sep 29 2011
  • Wall Hanging for a Veterinarian

    I had made a couple of wall hangings that were for a fundraiser for the Mohawk and Hudson River Humane Society in Menands, NY. A friend asked me to make another wall hanging for her veterniarian who donates a lot of time to helping the animals at the local shelter. I used Laurel Burch "Dogs and Doggies" and "Fantastic Felines" embroidery
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Thu, Sep 29 2011
  • Inside the baby quilt square

    I posted a photo last Thursday of a baby quilt I'd made. Inside each square is an animal. Here is a square with a monkey inside.
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Mon, Sep 26 2011
  • Baby Quilt

    I posted a photo last Thursday of a baby quilt I'd made. Inside each square is an animal. Here is a square with a Cheetah inside.
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Mon, Sep 26 2011
  • Animals inside the baby quilt blocks

    I posted a photo last Thursday of a baby quilt I'd made. Inside each square is an animal. Here is a square with a tiger inside.
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Mon, Sep 26 2011
  • Baby Quilt

    If you lift the flaps, inside each block is an animal.
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Wed, Sep 21 2011
  • Painted Ponies

    Embroidered using Laurel Burch "Mythical Horses" software. Batik fabrics in "southwestern" colors. The original wall hanging was donated to the Horse Shelter in Santa Fe, NM for their 2012 fundraiser.
    Posted to jchase21's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Judy on Wed, Sep 21 2011
  • Re: Charily Group Links

    Actually it's not the animals that we make quilts for, we make the quilts so that the organization that is looking after the animals can raffle or auction them of to help with the expenses. I think you will find that most humane groups don't want quilts for bedding as they are so difficult to keep clean. Sorry to be so confusing.
    Posted to Quilting for Charities (Forum) by Judy on Wed, Aug 4 2010
  • Re: Charily Group Links

    Quilts are such great items to auction/raffle off. They tend to generate a lot of excitement at fundraisers. Small humane groups have such a tough time raising enough money to support the animals that they care for. Thanks Adele. Judy
    Posted to Quilting for Charities (Forum) by Judy on Tue, Aug 3 2010
  • Re: Did you work on a quilt today?

    I'm not sure what the difference is between "reply" and "quick reply"
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Judy on Tue, Aug 3 2010
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