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These are organizations that Tulsa Quilts for Kids works with!

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1   Link   The Quilt Sampler
The Quilt Sampler was established in 1994 by Cristen Jones in Springfield, MO. During the next 14 years we grew and expanded in the same shopping center in Springfield. We started out as just fabrics, but soon added
Pfaff and Bernina sewing machines and Handi Quilter and Tin Lizzie quilting machines. In the fall of 2007 we opened a second store in Tulsa, OK. We want to be your full service
sewing store; helping you with your sewing and embroidery projects, as well as taking care of all your sewing machine needs. We have 2 full time technicians in Springfield, and 1 full time technician in Tulsa
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2   Link   Red Barn Quilting and Education Center
Brenda's Red Barn: A Certified Quilt-in-a-Day Teacher, Brenda has been quilting since 1988 and teaching classes shortly after. Since arriving in Oklahoma Brenda has been teaching in her studio at the Lazy T Ranch, in Tulsa at the Cotton Patch and various guilds in Oklahoma. She and her husband have completed their dream home on the ranch as well as the dormitory in the studio. The retreat center has exceeded my expectations with bookings. Check your calenders so you too can visit the Lazy T Ranch and Red Barn Quilting. Make your reservation now.
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3   Link   The Children's Hospital at Saint Francis
Tulsa Quilts for Kids is a community project to provide comforting quilts to critically ill, abused, abandoned and/or neglected children of Tulsa and surrounding communities with distributions gifted to organizations such as The Children's Hospital at Saint Francis.
At The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis, kids come first. Here children and parents find physicians and staff specially trained to treat kids - not like tiny adults - but as special patients with their own needs and concerns.
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4   Link   CAN Child Abuse Network
Tulsa Quilts for Kids is a community project to provide comforting quilts to critically ill, abused, abandoned and/or neglected children of Tulsa and surrounding communities with distributions gifted to organizations such as the Child Abuse Network.
The Child Abuse Network (CAN) exists to reduce the trauma that a child abuse investigation can pose for the child. For an abused child, adjusting to life after abuse is difficult.

CAN helps begin the healing.


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5   Link   Hawkins Springs Farm
A link to Hawkins Springs Farm. Ronda made a wonderful specialized hand cream for Tulsa Quilts for Kids volunteers.
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