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Thread: Memory t-shirt quilts

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    Memory t-shirt quilts

    Here are 4 memory quilts I made for my husbands cousins whose parents passed away from cancer. I didn't notice until after I was finished that one of them ended up long and narrow, good thing one of them is quite tall and skinny. LOLName:  reunion shirt quilt.jpg
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    What beautiful memory quilts those will be!

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    nicely done
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    Beautifully done!!
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    Four dealt special quilts!
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    great job!!!!
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    Great quilts! So bright and cheery. I love the cross-hatching on the first one.
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    Those four are great and will certainly keep the recipients warm, not only with fabric but also memories. Great job! Wish I could say I finished 4 quilts in a year!
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    All are very nice!! You did a great job!
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    great job.

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