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Thread: What do you do with your quilts when they are finished?

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    Junior Member Arizona Sunrises's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nuttyhurricane
    Most of the quilts I have made in the past four years have gone to the hospital for unfortunate children. They are machine quilted. I use them as a learning tool. So I can become a better quilter. This way someone gets blessed from my learning. :) They are only lap/crip in size.

    As an aunt to a baby who spent a lot of time in CCU, thank you. The things those babies and the parents go through is unreal. I think the saddest thing I've ever seen is a couple who'd just lost their baby holding onto the stuffed animal and quilt (that had been at the isolette) for dear life.

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    Junior Member nuttyhurricane's Avatar
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    Please be careful of making baby quilts. They have to be fire resistant. A lot of the fun fabrics are not designed with the retartents in them. Yes there are some out there for purchase. My friend I make them for all ages. They are for the ones who are going home who have abolutely nothing.

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