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Thread: Finished Quilt

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    Senior Member SewSew2's Avatar
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    I made this quilt to be raffled at my husbandís family reunion. Hope to raise money toward the next year. Not sure how to do it as I have never had any experience with raffling one. Would hate for it to go for $30.00Ö. because of the money invested and time.

    I have a lady that machine quilts all of my quilts Her quilting covered my lack of experiments. This was my first to place on point and was a challenge for me. It is a teal color but looks blue from the photo. The embroidery designs are Jacobean flowers and I used teal thread.
    Beth


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    My goodness, your quilt is beautiful!! :D I have never raffled anything, so I can't help you with that part. I just had to let you know how much I liked it!! :D :D :D

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    Your quilt is stunning!! Beautiful job!!!!!!!

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    that's a beautiful quilt. anybody would be lucky to win it. :P :P :P

    Decide how much you want the quilt to earn toward the reunion fund. divide it by the number of households who will be represented at the reunion. whatever the raffle ticket price comes to, remind everybody that it's for family, for fun, and for a one-of-a kind work of fabric art.


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    That's beautiful!
    I agree with what Patrice said.

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    gorgeous--good luck w/your raffle!

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    You did a beautiful job.

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    That is one beautiful quilt lucky family members to get to win it.

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    I know my family would love it. Thats a good looking quilt and you did a great job :D

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    It's very pretty!! The embroidered flowers are perfect. Sorry I've never done a raffle without selling a lot of tickets. Maybe instead, do a silent auction, putting a minimum bid.

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