LS: Art of Quilting Column November 23, 2008

Toy makers gladly donate talents for children

LOIS KELLERHER OF GRAND JUNCTION spends about three hours each day sewing dolls and quilts. Her husband, Paul, designed the pattern for the 10-inch wooden cradle. CRADLES WITH DOLLS and quilts are given to children in pain or under serious stress. JOE WARNER/Special to the Sentinel

 



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LOIS KELLERHER OF GRAND JUNCTION spends about three hours each day sewing dolls and quilts. Her husband, Paul, designed the pattern for the 10-inch wooden cradle. CRADLES WITH DOLLS and quilts are given to children in pain or under serious stress. JOE WARNER/Special to the Sentinel

 

Toys can be powerful. They can turn a child’s frown into a grin, stop tears and bring stability to a chaotic situation. That’s the intention of a group of Kiwanis Golden K Club…




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