Pet portraits popular with owners who quilt

“Caught in the Act,” an art quilt made by Barbara McKie of Lyme, Conn., features a cat named Taz drinking from the faucet at the kitchen sink. The quilt is part of a juried exhibition titled “2013 Festival Awareness Project: “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs,” which premiered last October at the International Quilt Festival in Houston.



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“Caught in the Act,” an art quilt made by Barbara McKie of Lyme, Conn., features a cat named Taz drinking from the faucet at the kitchen sink. The quilt is part of a juried exhibition titled “2013 Festival Awareness Project: “It’s Raining Cats and Dogs,” which premiered last October at the International Quilt Festival in Houston.

Quilts and family pets have a common denominator: Both can give their owners that special warm and fuzzy feeling. Sometimes a favored pet curls up on a cozy patchwork cover, and its owner…




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