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Thread: Irish Chain Memory Quilt

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    Senior Member Gail B's Avatar
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    Irish Chain Memory Quilt

    This is a memory quilt I made for my DIL for Christmas. We celebrated Christmas in Oct because we leave for Arizona soon after the Canadian Thanksgiving. Thanks for looking.
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    Very pretty! I love memory quilts.
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    Sooo pretty!

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    Oh, that is beautiful!

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    Just beautiful
    Have a Blessed day
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    Good job!

    Ah you will stay nice and warm is AZ, while the rest of shiver up north.
    My mother has been telling my about the temperature and sunny days in Yuma. Grrrr, and our days are cool and wet!
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    What a beautiful memory quilt! I love the pretty fabrics
    “The simplest toy, one which even the youngest child can operate, is called a grandparent.” Sam Levenson

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    What a Beautiful Keepsake!

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    That is nice.
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    What a wonderful quilt to cherish.

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