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Thread: Indiana Women's Prison--Newest Quilt Done!

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    That is darling! And so are you for being so big-hearted. Someone will really love & cherish that beauty! Thanks for sharing with us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by laurafet View Post
    Love it!! Bet keeping all those HSTs going in the right direction was the biggest headache!
    I can honestly say it was just pure dumb luck!!!
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    its beautiful and bless you for doing it
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    Bless you, thw quilt looks complicated? beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by nunnyJo View Post
    Bless you, thw quilt looks complicated? beautiful
    Thanks! I got the smaller blocks already pieced. There wasn't a real pattern. I just made sure that when I put them together I had a "star"...then I put the stars in rows. Beyond that I didn't give it much thought. I added the white boarder to tone down the busyness and pieced the back from what came with the blocks. It was pure luck! My DSIL, Charlee from the board, found the whole thing at Goodwill and donated it to my cause!
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    So beautfiul. From a few blocks alone to a magnificent quilt. Very nice.

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    Beautiful work, and what a generous gesture.

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    So nice of you to do this.

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    It looks wonderful!!!

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    This is a beautiful quilt! To think it was sitting at Goodwill just waiting for you.

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