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Thread: Wool quilt made by 96 year old

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    Very nice!

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    Looks so warm and inviting for cold Winter nights

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    Lovely!

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    Very nice!!!

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    Very nice!!!

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    Wow, that's beautiful!! And I love your quilting!!

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    I am MEH. I found this Quilt top with the backing and batting in a dresser drawer after my Mom passed away. There was a note with it that asked me to see that it got finished and who it was to be given to. I took one look at it and STRESSED OUT big time. I didn't know anything about quilting. I put it in a box and WORRIED about it for awhile. Then I found the QB and joined. One day I saw a note from Candlequilter about longarm quilting I PM her. She called me and said she would look at it and the rest is history. WOW, the stress is gone and it turned out beautiful thanks to her.

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    What a beautiful story. I love a happy ending.
    In all its simplicity, it is warm and comforting, made with love, nice on the eyes. What quilts are meant to be.

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    Boy, that would sure keep me toasty warm when the frigid air begins to blow in a couple more months!! :wink:

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    Ooooh, that's nice! The quilting is super too. MEH your Mom would be very pleased, I'm sure.

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