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Thread: Using up stash

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    They are great and you are so sweet to do this for them! I know that they really appreciate it.

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    very nicely done... and so generous
    Nancy in western NY

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    those are GREAT! i love the simplicity of some of the designs and ill bet the residents love them! you have such a wonderful heart!
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    You live up to your signature "motto". Well done.
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    very nice quilts for the NH so nice of you to do that for the residents.

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    Wow! Those are wonderful. And you are a special person to think of doing this.

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    What a great idea to use as prizes! They are beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ccorazone View Post
    I make them 36x36, 40x40 amd sometime a little larger according to how the design works out.
    I am currently working on a faux Catheral Window presented by Jenny Doan on YouTube. She is using the "Magic Circle" ruler. The quilt is very easy. Requires no batting or quilting.
    I just watched her video. It would be so easy to use flannels to make these quilts. So the quilts are a little heavier and snuggly.
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    You GO GIRL!!! Those are GREAT!!!

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    You have done wonderful work ! Having worked in Long term care.. I know how much they would go "wild" for these.

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