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Thread: Yeah me

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    Yeah me

    I just went thru 12 large tubs of fabric to make room. I hate to lose my fabric because I here that quilted clothes stops bullets! ha I was going to take them to a thrift store and my neighbor came by. I asked her if she sewed and she said that she quilts...long story short. I have cleaned my stash, I feel better about giving my precious fabric to a quilter, she is happy and I have a new quilting friend.

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    that's the best deal i've heard all day!

    aileen

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    What a nice thing you did bet your new friend is doing the happy dance right now, I know I would be

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    That is great!
    Mazda

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    Good for you, that was very generous.

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    Awesome!! Sounded like a win win situation.
    My avatar is my first grandbaby!! Brantley 10-2-12
    **QB Monthly Bee Block Swap Theme (5-27-14)*
    **NEW** Trees, Think Fantasy, Think Enchanted, Think fairys and woodland animals. Think brighter fabrics. (Nothing pale or muted.) **TREES** Any kind of block, pieced, embroidery, or applique, your choice.

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    If others feel so inclined, there are many project Linus charity quilters who gladly accept fabric donations
    http://www.oregonquilting.net
    I choose to give my life away for things that last forever

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    Nothing better than paying it forward.

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