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Thread: Victory Quilt

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    I just finished my Victory Qult top. I am doing this as a volunteer to comfort someone touched by the war. I was very pleased with the book "Victory Quilts" of 1940's Sampler Quilts by Elenor Burns. It was so fun and the directions were so easy for a new quilter such as myself.
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    That is beautiful. :)

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    What a wonderful quilt. You did a beautiful job. They will treasure it always.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Have you made your whole quilt with the Marine Corp theme? It just couldn't be nicer, I love it. My husband served in the Marien Corp. so this is extra special to all of us!!
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    What a wonderful quilt. I love the way you fussy cut the pictures on the fabric. Great job.

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    Thanks, all. This is just the quilt top. The organization I'm working with has different people doing different phases of the quilts. I will send this off and someone will quilt it and then send it back to me to bind. This is my second one... here's my first.
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    All very fine ... your quilts, time and labor, kindness and generosity!

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    Dramatic and beautiful quilt. There is a soldier who will treasure this quilt with its warmth. Thank you for doing this for the men and women who serve our country.

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    Beautiful!

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    They are both beautiful quilts. Thanks for sharing

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