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    Super Member twinkie's Avatar
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    How proud you must be. I would love to do some of these but am unable to quilt right now due to several surgeries. The only thing I could do was donate several boxes of material to a lady on the board who lives in my state and she makes blankets for Project Linus. Children have a special place in my heart. GOD bless you for all you do.
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    Great gifts. What a big heart you must have.
    No matter how tough life is, it sure beats the alternative.

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    There are going to be smiling faces when they receive one of your quilts. Thanks for your generosity.

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    7 finished, 5 posted previously.

    Finished, 7 Project Linus quilts 45 inch x 38 inch
    Children's lap quilts with Doggies, alphabet, and Mother Goose, one incubator duckie cover 32 inch x 32 inch.

    (3) Mother Goose 1 and 2 fabric book panels,

    (2) Alphabet fabric book panels,

    ( 1 ) Doggie fabric with polka dot and plain fabric,
    ( 1) duckie incubator cover 10 min. quilt blocks, using only one fabric appears to be one large block with duckie accent.

    Thank you for asking.. I had to get my Ol' Bessy computer running to post photos
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    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinmom View Post
    My son got a project linus quilt last year and the year before. They are some of his favorite blankets. I'm sure these will be just as loved!
    I am sorry for your son's need to recieve a Project Linus blanket.. but so happy to hear he was happy to have them !! Thanks for the encouragement !!

    Ell
    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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    So nice of you to do that. I keep saying I want to sew for charity, but haven't gotten there yet.

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    Thanks for sharing your pics.... and God Bless you for giving to project Linus. These darling little quilts will be a blessing to many.

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    They will love those!

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    How wonderful of you!
    God bless you!

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