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Thread: Pictures from Hershey Quilt show

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    Super Member kwhite's Avatar
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    Apr 2009
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    I feel ya CB. And Thank you Lisanne. I don't think I do have that much time left. But i like what I do.

    Oh BTW we went to Chocolate world too!!!! HEHEHEHE

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    Super Member Lisanne's Avatar
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    East Coast
    Quote Originally Posted by kwhite
    Oh BTW we went to Chocolate world too!!!! HEHEHEHE
    LOL, when I finally go to Chocolate World, it will be a dedicated trip. :wink:

    I was quite proud of myself for not taking any of the chocolates lying around in bowls in the hotel.

    Personally, I think you should post all about your visit to Chocolate World, too. Did you get any pictures?

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    Senior Member motomom's Avatar
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    Mar 2009
    Aledo, TX
    Wow, that four sisters quilt is absolutely my favorite. I have some old black and white pics of my family that I would love to do that, I'll have to start checking out how. So inspirational. Thanks so much for posting the pics.

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    Super Member wvdek's Avatar
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    A million dollar view!
    Thanks for taking us along on your Hershey trip. I love the 4 old ladies. This so reminds me of grams and her lady friends.

    Although most of us here will never reach or attain this type of quilting, the quilts we make, people will willingly cuddle up with and go to sleep, read a book and drink a cup of tea with the quilt enveloping their all, comfort a sick one, and kids will use to make tent houses with. I for one would prefer my quilts be used until they fall apart.

    These quilts are mostly for show and art form, kwhite so do not be dismayed. Do not compare your apples to someone elses oranges. Remember, every stately tree, every beautiful sunflower, every tomato started out as a seed. We still enjoyed it's shade, it's beauty, and loved every bite of the tomato. :D :D :D
    Thanks again for the trip.

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    wow wow wow nice
    love the older ladies... very good

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