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Thread: Quilts for Quilters Swap OPEN til 15 Dec 2011

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    Senior Member lindy-2's Avatar
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    Nurse Bonnies quilt is on its way took it to the post office today yay! hope she likes it but silly me i forgot to take a picture off it befor i sent it. hope she postes one.

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    Not sure what is more fun, making the quilt or receiving it. I am now torturing poor Tam Moo because I did not open the box yet. Or is that torturing myself. Oh well, getting hers done tonight so can mail to the sweetheart on Tuesday. Excited for her to see it.
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    I just went and posted my two photos in the link, and OMG the gorgeous quilts everyone is making! I don't wish to sound greedy, but hey I would take them all!! hehehe OK so I am a bit greedy. The talent on this board never stops amazing me!! I cannot wait to see the rest.
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    I have my top DONE...had to totally rework it to make fit the 60" guidelines, but it is still cute and I call it "Double Dutch"...it was well received at quilt guild last night!
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    i poste a cheater on Tam Moos quilt, just the back. She should have fun wanting to see the front. Oh I am the little stinker. Working hard on that binding to get in mail today.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Your quilt is in the mail Tam Moo, confirmation #9405 9036 9930 0066 6753 00 Enjoy!!!!! Now I get to open yours. Be back in a few.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    so I am hogging all the chat time today. Excited again at a wonderful quilt I received. Tam Moo has done a wonderful job designing her own pattern with the inspiration from a single fabric. I now own "Fancy Feathers". I am so touched. Thank You TAM MOO.. Love the extras as well, the batiks are terrific and your monthly blocks are perfect. Name:  Received tammoos.JPG
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    Can I just say that I feel like a proud, happy parent, watching her kids graduate? I'm tearing up, for goodness sake!
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    Tam Moo very well done!! Very pretty quilt. Isn't it such a great achievement to have designed a quilt your own quilt? And lucky QuilterMomma, you too have been given a one of a kind quilt! Yeppers this swap has been awesome!!
    Resolve to be thyself, and know, that he who finds himself, loses his misery. Mathew Arnold 'Self-Dependence' 1822-1888

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    This has been such a great experience. I had a wonderful swap partner, I was stressed out, I was afraid I couldn't make a quilt worthy of swapping, but I think I did ok. When I look back, it really was a good experience. Face your fears...

    I would do this again.

    Linda58
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