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Thread: Inheriting more fabric

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    cancer centers would be a good place too im told by my dmil that when you take chemo and radiation you stay cold theyre also very comforting and if you dont need comfort then i dont know when you ever would )))
    carla

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    Quote Originally Posted by rburnitt
    How about quiltforkids.com, quilt for kids in hoapital.
    it is quiltsforkids.org

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    A group that I do charity quilting with in a suburb of St. Paul, MN, donates to Salvation Army.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah12687
    This last week my sister in law passed away after many years of heart problems. My brother is giving me all her fabric and sewing notions and since she couldn't sew it all I feel I need to sew the quilts and donate them to a cherity. Can anyone give me some ideas were to donate these quilts that I will be making.
    Find out from your LQS and get involved the project Linus You could also check with local shelter for the homeless.

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