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Thread: Hello all

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    Welcome and keep on quilting. Your quilt is a HIT!!!!!

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    Hello and welcome ! Your project is great!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Welcome from western NY and happy quilting
    Nancy in western NY

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    Hello and welcome from New York. Your quilt is very handsome!
    Helen T.

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    Welcome from Madrid Spain, I like your block very much.
    Happy Quilting!

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    welcome from Vermont where your quilt would be greeted with enthusiasm.

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    Welcome from OHIO! Your quilt looks great!
    Being a great quilter is 5% talent and 95% pushing yourself away from the internet!

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    Hello, 1911er! Welcome to QB.

    I love your quilt...it would look great in either my New Hampshire or Maine homes!! Keep up the great work.
    Anita


    I'd rather be stitchin' than in the kitchen!

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    Unusual for men to quilt? Not in my life, my father quilted, sewed, knit, mended his socks. He came from family of 12 he the youngest, all of his family were clothing recycle.. How, I grew up hating sewing, until 18yrs of age, I joined the world of sewing my own clothes. Then I could sew what I like, wear what I wish, and create fashion.. To recount the people I met and places I've been because of sewing, not to mention the networking, and employment received all on account of sewing. It gave me enough confidence in hard times.. Remember to take pictures, look at your success, and share with other members. WELCOME TO THE GROUP FROM MANITOBA CANADA, next to Ontario..

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