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Thread: Wonder who made this sweet quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltjoey View Post
    That is so sweet! Sometimes simplicity can be the best in things! I wonder why it was thrown away... I would have kept it as an heirloom for my baby. But everyone is different. Glad you found it as someone who appreciates the work and labor of love in it...
    it wasn't thrown away- it was donated to a charitable organization- and sometimes people make wonderful quilts just for that purpose. it is adorable and now sounds as if it is going home with someone who will appreciate it- that is always nice.
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    That's a wonderful little quilt. It looks like a lot of work went into it. I just wonder why someone would not want to keep it.

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    cute little quilt glad you rescued it...

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    Very cute quilt that had a lot of time put into it. Maybe it was used as a wall hanging. Can't believe whoever it was made for didn't keep it.
    Live and let live!

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    That is so precious! I can't imagine anyone discarding it like that. So glad it found a good home.

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    Thank you for rescuing it, I think it's such a shame when these lovely works of art and love are discarded like this, and it is so pretty.

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    What a precious quilt. Glad you were able to rescue it.

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    very cute ....

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    What a find--now it has found a good home
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    I"m so glad you rescued it. it's lovely. Not too long ago I gave away some quilts I'd made to charity. I just wasn't in love with them and thought someone else would like to have them. hope so anyway.

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