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Thread: My Charity Quilts

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    Super Member mirabelle's Avatar
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    My patchwork group took on the task of making quilts for the childrens ward of our local hospital. Altogether we made over 30 single bed quilts.
    Here are the photos of the quilts I have made since August.
    I especially like the flower faces which I saw on this board, I hope the original maker likes my version. I embroidered butterflies in each block, not sure if you can see them
    Bear with me as there are a lot of photos

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    Bob the Builder
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    Dinosaurs
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    Embroidered Clowns
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    Flower Faces
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    Japanese Girls
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    Pink Hearts
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    Scrappy Blue 4 Patch
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    Scrappy pink 4 patch
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    Scrappy Stars
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    Teddies in Bed
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    Trains
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    My helpers, one like to hide the other loves posing
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    Super Member mmonohon's Avatar
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    Great job.

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    Wow, What happy quilts you made..absolutely beautiful. I love them.. Great job..

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    Pretty quilts. That one helper is just a ham! Nice pose!

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    Awesome! You have been very productive. My guild is making quilts for the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at our local hospital. They give a quilt or receiving blanket to each baby when they graduate! Isn't it fun making quilts you know will wrap a little one in love?

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    Super Member mirabelle's Avatar
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    Yes Jane he certainly is a ham, or the whole pig :roll: :roll: but he is the most supportive husband so I guess I will keep him.

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    WoW!!! You are a wonder!!! A quilting wonder!!! What a caring heart and talented hands you have!!! Lucky children!!! (Oh yeah, the husband is cute too!)

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    Super Member mirabelle's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by scowlkat
    Awesome! You have been very productive. My guild is making quilts for the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at our local hospital. They give a quilt or receiving blanket to each baby when they graduate! Isn't it fun making quilts you know will wrap a little one in love?
    These quilts will belong the the hospital, we are about to start making small quilts for the Royal Flying Doctor Service which ferries injured or sick people from remote parts of Australia to major hospitals. These quilts will be used for small children to cuddle up to and keep and maybe make their journey a little less frightening.
    I also support a group called Blankets of Love who make small quilts for women who have suffered miscarriages or still births. These little quilts are only 26 inches and I make about 40 each year.
    My husband calls my sewing room the Factory Floor (don't know why) :wink:
    I can actually see holes in the stash,,

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    Love the quilts - and love the pose :)

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    Wow! Your quilts are beautiful, I love them all, can't even pick a favorite, nice work!!! :thumbup:

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