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Thread: Signature quilt all finished & delivered!

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    Great job! My only thought it the other little girl will want one too. Are you thinking of making her one someday?

    Kat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sierra View Post
    Absolutely perfect! Doing special quilts where they are "needed" is wonderful! The expression on the girls' faces is your "thank you"! I also have never taken money for a quilt; I don't have time to make a quilt I will worry about (and I would, every step of the way if it was commissioned). Actually, I don't seem to have time to make all the quilts, in timely fashion, that seem to be needed. I'd like to get some sent to the Sandy victims, but first I have to finish the bed quilt for DH and myself. He is 80 and we've never kept a quilt, except one
    which is a wall hanging.
    Do you know how you would go about sending quilts for Sandy victims. I have some I'd be happy to share but have no idea how to go about it.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    Beautiful girls and quilt! Great job!
    Helen T.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moreland View Post
    Do you know how you would go about sending quilts for Sandy victims. I have some I'd be happy to share but have no idea how to go about it.
    I think I read that www.equilter.com was going to try to get a donation effort together.

    I also read somewhere that at this point, money is more appreciated because of the logistics of getting the items to the victims. I'm not trying to discourage your generous offer; it's wonderful of you to want to donate quilts. I'm just passing along what I read.

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    Beautiful quilt and smiles!
    Sandra
    Treat people the way you want to be treated!!

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    How nice of you to give such a nice quilt, with a few seconds to spare. lol

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    Very nice quilt!!

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