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Thread: Another Goodwill rescue

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    Super Member alfosa421's Avatar
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    What a bargain Nice looking quilt!

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    Don't you wonder how these wonderful quilts end up in thrift shops and yard sales? If only they could talk.
    May the scrap fairy visit your sewing room often

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    It is wonderful!

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    Well, very nice and lovely quilt, it's looking awesome, i like it very much. The way you are arranging that squares are really very amazing to watch.

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    Awesome find and once finished it will be so pretty I bet
    May you always have Love to Share , Health to Spare, and Friends that Care!

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    congrats on a great acquisition
    Nancy in western NY

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    You found treasure. Imagine the number of hours in that quilt!
    Jean

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    Great find. And I can see why you're referring to it as "he." It's definitely a very masculine quilt.

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    lucky you! Its great!
    Debs Herold & Hemi (ADA Service Dog)

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    You're so right about a picnic blanket. The colors are very nice. I'm always drawn to plaids so I would have grabbed that one too.

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