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Thread: Quilts for Hurricane Sandy Victims

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    Super Member AnnT's Avatar
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    That's so wonderful! Love the happy smiles! Beautiful quilts, every one.
    Take time to recharge your batteries. Itís hard to see where youíre going when your lights are dim. Robert H. Connelly

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    What a warm story. Thanks for Sharing. Quilts of love.
    Make A Good Day!
    Janice P. Roy

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    The quilts are beautiful; and the kids are thrilled. That's what Christmas is all about. Thanks sew much for sharing!

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    Quilters are wonderful people with big hearts!

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    Is is what Christmas is all about!Beautiful story.

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    Quilters are givers! Quilting is done with love poured in.to the quilts. This is a perfect example
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    very lovely quilts and for such a great cause
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Transforming lives 'one stitch at a time.' -- and no one cared if each stitch was perfect. Lessons for all of us.
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    Beautiful kids, quilts, and givers!

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    This story just goes to prove that quilters really are the very nicest people! Thank you for your hard work!

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