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Thread: 2013 Firefighters Quilt finished, THANK you everyone for your advise...

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    Really impressive! Great job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Amazing!!!

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    All I can say is "WOW"!!! Super, amazing quilt!
    Helen T.

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    A outstanding gift to the firefighters, I hope that you are able to raise lots of money!!
    Marie

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    WOW, great job and thank you for sharing. GOD Bless you
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Fabulous job, kudos!!!!!
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    It is truely a moving quilt! My family has a long history of volunteer firefighters in it and I know any one of them would love a quilt such as yours. You did a beautiful job!!!!

    Kat

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    Very nice quilt. A shame it wasn't quilted, it would have brought much more money.
    Another Phyllis
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    I wish I was a 'quilter' & could have quilted it, but I'm not. I'm retired & basically new to quilting. I spent around $100. on fabrics, pellons, etc & that's my donation, along with 3 solid weeks of time.Maybe I need to find others in the area that would quilt for free to donate next year. My Aunt & others met at our church for as many years as I can remember..all their quilts were tied/knotted.Their quilts were beautiful & appreciated, so I did not have a problem tying this one.To me, it feels like love. Real quilting would have been beautiful! I have to work on that. Thanks for your critique.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jingle View Post
    Very nice quilt. A shame it wasn't quilted, it would have brought much more money.

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    Totally awesome quilt! Love it!

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