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Thread: An Update on fixed "FRUSTRATED: Benefit Quilt

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    Power Poster SulaBug's Avatar
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    That's so Amazing!! :D See, you
    did a wonderful job, after all. I am
    so glad you shared the out come,
    with all of us here on the QB!!
    :D :D :D :D :D :D

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    Way to go Up north!!!

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    You did good.

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    FANTASTIC :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    You rock! :thumbup:

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    Thanks everyone- I couldn't (wouldn't) have done it without you all! The dogs would have been snuggling in the mess it started out to be! Now a great kid is snugglin in it!! THANK YOU ALL!!

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    I'm glad that you were able to fix the quilt so that you were happy with the results!

    I'm also very glad that it went to the "benefit boy"!

    Over $100! That is great!
    Was it auctioned or raffled?

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    They did an auction, I didn't know they were doing it that way but it turned out well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    They did an auction, I didn't know they were doing it that way but it turned out well.
    that's good. We did silent auctions for our school's Fall Festival. They always do well.

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    What a great ending to that story.

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