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Thread: Grandmother hand pieces sent to me.

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    Member odomjenn's Avatar
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    My dad finally sent my son and I's christmas package. Along with our gifts he sent a few pieces my grandmother had hand quilted. They are keeping her stash of fabrics and other pieces she has quilted for me untill I can give them the money to ship them to me. I can wait to lay them on the floor and piece them together there are a total of 14 pieces. They make even make a full size quilt if im lucky.
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    How lucky to have something handmade from your gram.

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    Too bad you didn't also inherit the shipping costs. How about asking them to stick a block in every time they mail you a letter? It shouldn't add to the postage!

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    Those blocks will be gorgeous in a quilt!

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    Those are beautiful, they'll make a great quilt and will be very special.

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    Oh how lucky to get your grammas loveingly pieced blocks. Have fun and always treasure :)

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    What a lovely thing to have...even better that you will put it together and it will be a proper quilt...Just like your Gran would have planned.

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    I know you will cherish those done by your Grandmother.
    Tell your Dad to consider using UPS to ship you things. I just sent a quilt I did for my brother through the Postal Service, and it was not a large quilt, nor did I even insure it, and postage was outlandish.

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    A precious gift to remember her forever.

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    How special to be able to keep them in the family.

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