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Thread: Quilting by candlelight

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    first of all im glad you are ok my heart aches for all those people your quilt is very nice thanks for sharing!maureen
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    Gorgeous quilt!
    When we would lose electric in hot and humid Florida due to hurricanes and storms we were sticky and miserable BUT my heart goes out to everyone in the cold. I think that is worse than hot and humid!

    Glad you are safe and have the electric back!

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    I know how you feel w/o all of your things when we had Hurricane Charley we was w/o power for 2 wks in 90 degree heat and sunny to go outside to rake all the crap that flew around. No matter it's an awful thing to go thru. I love your friend hiding under your arm. The quilt you have over you looks pretty. See what you can do by candlelight. I always wondered how the women on Little House on the Praire did things but they wasn't used to the nice things we have. Hugs and prayers to you and all the people who go thru this you never forget it but you sure learn a lot about how strong you can be. Thinking of you all. Bless you for taking time to make a quilt for someone else. Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by skowron5 View Post
    Glad you and your furbaby could keep each other warm.The quilt must have helped
    Just what I was thinking. Beautiful quilts too.
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    looking good...
    glad to see life is getting better

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    Happy to hear you are safe.
    "I do not understand how anyone can live without one small place of enchantment to turn to."
    Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

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    Your furbaby and quilting project is keeping you warm during a difficult time. I have family who have been flooded by the storm, thankfully they are all safe. Hopefully your power will be on soon!
    Helen T.

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    I hope everything is soon restored for you. Pretty quilt. Isn't it great to have a nice hobby to help pass the time.

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    Yes, we heard a lot about Sandy, glad you weathered the storm well. Looks like you kept warm and busy, and had good company. The quilt is beautiful !!!

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    Happy to hear your safe and able to keep yourself busy.
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