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Thread: Dutch Quilt Exhibition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katrine
    tu rigole!
    toujours!

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    woooo - mega bargains - lucky you

    The war skirts are really special - are they owned privately or from a collection?

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    How beautiful! I love mini field trips! Thank you so much for sharing! :lol: :lol:

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    Thanks for sharing. I love seeing what quilters have done and are doing in other places. The war memorial skirts are touching. Be sure to let us see what you make with your bargains.

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    Wow -- beautiful stuff! Thanks for sharing. (And it doesn't look like you bought too much fabric to me :wink: )

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    Amazing!!! Especially those tiny hexagonals. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam S
    Be sure to let us see what you make with your bargains.
    will do pam, tho it may take a while! :wink: :D

    K x

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katrine
    woooo - mega bargains - lucky you

    The war skirts are really special - are they owned privately or from a collection?
    some where from the museum itself, one from another museum and a couple privately owned; They were amazing, all embroidered with names and dates of people who had died in the camps or fighting for the resistance.

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    of the 15 family members that were still in Germany at the beginning of the war and the progroms against the Jews, two of my family survived. the rest perished in various concentration camps. Thats why the memorial skirts were so touching.

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    Yes, I'd read some of the messages on them, very touching.

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