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Thread: Another Hoosier Quilter

  1. #11
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    Welcome from Dallas Tx. I am a Hoosier too, but re-located a long time ago. I'm sorry you lost your Mother. It's not been very long, so just keep trying a little at a time and come on here and talk to us. This group will talk to you. And help motivate you.

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    Sorry for your loss, but just think of the satisfaction you will get when you have finished all the quilts that you and your mother started. It will be hard at first but just go for it.

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    Hi from Ohio! Sorry for your loss. Give yourself time to grieve and then one day you will find yourself looking and patterns or fabric.
    SueDor

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    Welcome from Michigan! So sorry for your loss.

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    Hi jane, Lose is never easy but, the Lord is with her now. By the way welcome from a Hoosier born Floridian
    A friend is someone who knows all about you and loves you anyway.

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    so sorry for your loss. i loss my sister pam in june and she was the one
    who got me started quilting she did beautiful quilts and also did it for a business.
    i cried every time i went into my quilting room. and when i bought my new
    machine i cried because i wanted to share it with her. well about a
    week ago something in my head just said pam wasnt happy with my stuff
    just sitting there doing nothing. yes it is hard and you will get
    tears on stuff. but my sister pam is smiling now that i know. slowly get started
    and your mother will be smiling down on you and sitting right beside you.

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    Welcome from NE Ohio. Sorry for your loss, lost my mom in July so know how your feeling. Hugs.

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    Hello and welcome from Kentucky! I am so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom, but please get back into quilting. This is something that you and her both loved to do so I know she wouldn't want you to give it up. God Bless you and your family.
    Pam Riggs

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    Welcome from the heart of wine country in Napa Valley California! This is a great place for new friends and great quilting! Sending hugs your way about your loss.....please know that taking just one stitch will help.......and it will help make memories!
    Theressa
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    Hi and Welcome from New Mexico! So sorry for your loss! Give yourself time and you will find quilting a way to bring you close to your Mom again.

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