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Thread: My first quilt top since my accident in april!

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    The quilt is beautiful. My dh is retired AF and he was stationed at Elmendorf AFB in Anchorage and LOVED it up there. We stayed 8 more years even after he retired for a total of 14 yrs. up in Alaska. We still miss seeing moose!!!
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    Love your quilt. Great job. Speedy recovery, stick with the PT that was an enormous help for me.
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    Wow my friend it is beautiful,still doing prayers for Scott's son.
    God Bless you all.
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    I really like what you've done with this one. My DBIL has Lou Gehrig's and will be in a wheelchair before too long. He is a veteran and is super proud of it so I think I'll copy your pattern and make a quilt for him. Thank you for sharing.

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    what a treasure!

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    For someone to copy my layout just thrills my heart. GOD Bless you and GOD bless your DBIL. That is a horrible illness.

    Heather 1949, Thank you so much for the prayers for Scott's son, Matthew. He is somewhat improved but still in a lot of pain.


    Quote Originally Posted by lue View Post
    I really like what you've done with this one. My DBIL has Lou Gehrig's and will be in a wheelchair before too long. He is a veteran and is super proud of it so I think I'll copy your pattern and make a quilt for him. Thank you for sharing.

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    Love the choice of fabrics sure both bride and groom will love it.
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    Very nice quilt! Glad you are doing better.

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    Lovely quilt-glad to hear that you are on the mend, will make a lovely wedding present!
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    My grand daughter is also Air Force, stationed at Eielson and lives in North Pole, AK. I am sure she would very proud if I get a quilt made like you have. It is beautiful...I have been collecting red, white and blue for months now but have found nothing as pretty as yours.

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