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Thread: Memory Quilt

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    Senior Member nikki128's Avatar
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    After months of working I finally finished a memory quilt for my aunt. I truly wish I had taken pictures every step of the way. All fabric on the top was cut from an array of XXL cotton t shirts that were my uncle's favorites. I can't wait to give it to my Aunt at Christmas. I live 500 miles from her and want to be there when she gets the quilt.
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    you did a great job. i'm sure she'll treasure it

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    Thanks QuilnNan :)

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    She will love it - you did a great job.

    I once did a memory quilt and had the hardest time cutting up the clothes I was given to work with - it was so sad for me. In the end, the recipient loved it. Her son had passed away.

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    Good job

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    I do like the quilt.

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    Redpurselady - I will not do another one unless it is for someone VERY special.

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    nothing could be so more beautiful than with your thoughts of her and him attached to this lovely quilt. :)

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    Thank you stitchinbee. In a weird way I will be sad to see this quilt go. It was comforting to work on it.I talked to my uncle a lot while working on it.

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    what a great gift!

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