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Thread: Memory quilt

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    What a wonderful way to treasure something so important! Great job!
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    Wow that's so nice

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    Very pretty......

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    Very striking
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    Beautiful quilt.
    Another Phyllis
    This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.

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    I really like it! You certainly have created some treasures for them. They will remember her whenever they use their quilts.

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    I love memory quilts they are so special and have such wonderful meanings and memories.
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    Friends who care.

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    That is so nice of you! Very nice looking quilt.

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    Awesome quilt!

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    I didn't use a pattern. I just took a square and cut it at a diagonal and mixed them up and put smashing in between. I liked the white smashing vs the tan sashing I did for the second. But they both turned out beautiful because of the bright colors. The only truly hard part was using the knits with cottons. It made sewing it a challenge. But the end result was worth it and the kids loved them. I made them each a memory bear as well with some velour robes from their grandmother as well. She was a fun and special friend and it was a joy to be able to do this for her grandchildren b I felt like she was in the room with me and smiling and excited.

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