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Thread: pictures of quilts for a cure (cancer quilts)

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    Super Member RobertaMarie's Avatar
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    pictures of quilts for a cure (cancer quilts)



    If you want to see some nice quilts that were really done with love, go to this site:
    http://quilting.about.com/od/picture...Quilt.--pp.htm
    It is from quilting on about.com, Janet Wickells site. I enjoyed seeing them and thought of all my friends here who would be inspired as I am.
    Enjoy .

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    Thank you! I enjoyed looking at these quilts for a cause. They are all lovely.
    Don't find fault, find a remedy.

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    Thanks for the link - there are some great quilts to see there, and for a good cause.
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Thank you for sharing - great site with lots of examples. Just made a pink ribbon quilt for a rally held last weekend. Sure makes you think of all those that are or have battled the disease.

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    I just made a quilt for a friend with ovarian cancer. When I give special quilts like this, I include a copy of a prayer written by Debbie Salter Goodwin. It goes like this:

    "O God, Will you cover me like a quilt? In every night, through every cold and lonely place, wherever fear threatens, snuggle close and cover me. Be my daily reminder to an everlasting source of comfort, grace and strength. Be my spiritual hiding place for rest or healing. At the close of each day or in the middle of rejection or failure, will You comfort, quilt, and cover me with Your love? Amen."

    I hope it is not inappropriate or offensive to anyone to post this here.

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    Beautiful, my it must have taken a lot of time for this one.
    Do unto others as you would have done unto you.

    ~~~Grandma Donna~~~

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