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Thread: Handkerchief Quilt

  1. #31
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    Be sure your name is on the quilt or her name. quilts have a way of getting lost in a nursing home.

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    It's really pretty and I'm sure she will love it. It's so special when people take time to do things for people who can no longer do for themselves. You did a super job!

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    what a wonderful way to display them. could you post a few more pics of it so i can get a better view. i have these southwest hankies that i wanted to do this with but didn't have any ideas how to display them but i love what you have done. just need to see more of it. please and thank you.

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    It turned out really good, beautiful and she will love it.
    will quilt 4EVER

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    The quilt is just beautiful, and such a kind and loving gesture on your part.

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    It's beautiful. Just make sure that you have large identification on the back. Things like that grow legs and walk away very quickly.

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    It is so lovely, thanks for sharing.

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    Beautiful quilt, she will love it.

  9. #39
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    I love this and you MIL will love it also

    My mom passed away in January of this year, I was lucky enough to receive her and my grandmother handkerchiefs, this look like the best way I have seen to place them with out damage to them.
    Could you let me know how you placed the handkerchiefs, I think i read that you fused them.

    happy quilting yippie

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    I think she is 1 lucky MIL! Glad you still love her.

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