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Thread: The Most Special Labyrinth Quilt EVER!!!

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    Super Member callen's Avatar
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    What a great & humble way to start my day. This post was very touching I thank you for that. We all take so much for granted & you made us realize how lucky many of us are & have to be reminded that sometimes the best things in life are some of the simplest things in life. Wonderful story & a lovely quilt. Your daughter is absolutely "beaming".
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    What a wonderful memory and I hope many more to come. And The smile on Melissa face says it all. Beautiful quilt. Please let Melissa know how proud we are of her for helping you do a great job.

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    Wonderful story. Thanks for sharing. It truly is a special quilt with a special daughter, as all daughters are. You may have started a spark of interest in a future quilter. What fun that would be, working side by side.

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    What a wonderful story!! That is truly an accomplishment for Melissa. Your quilt is beautiful, and she couldn't look any more proud.

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    What a wonderful story. Your daughter is just beautiful and you can see how happy she is with her pretty quilt. Thanks for sharing.
    Always in Stitches,

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    Awesome quilt and beautiful daughter. She has been watching you all this time and decided this was the one she was going to help with.

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    What a wonderful story. It's a beautiful quilt, your daughter is beautiful and you may have found a new quilting partner/assistant.

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    Oh my gosh, what a thrill for you. How did you stop from grabbing her and giving her a huge hug? I'm sure that would have broken the spell, magic or whatever it was helping her along, but it would have been a great temptation! So happy for you and her.
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    I have a 25 year old autistic nephew - I understand your exuberance. You now have a quilting buddy forever. Be prepared to find her own creativity emerging. I am SO happy for you.
    Never confuse the will of the majority with the Will of God.

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    What a wonderful story, lovely quilt and a darling daughter.
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