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Illustrated ways to Hang miniquilts

Old 01-24-2011, 07:50 AM
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Talented Quilt artist Ami Simms has a website that you will like. This link takes you to a page that illustrates ways to hang miniquilts: http://alzquilts.org/paqdisplay.html#ring
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Thanks for the link. Gives me a lot of new ideas.

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Old 01-24-2011, 08:13 AM
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Thanks for sharing.
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Thank you :D:D:D
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Great tips.
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Those are some great tips! I especially liked the "Fast Finsih Triangles" I will try this. Thank you for the tips-I always learn something new here!
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And this link gives a great place to donate our "little experiments" to help a good cause. I think I'll be sending some little quilts to the Alzheimers donor site- This disease needs all the help it can get! Thanks!
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Thanks for the link!!
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Very interesting.
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Originally Posted by JoyjoyMarie
And this link gives a great place to donate our "little experiments" to help a good cause. I think I'll be sending some little quilts to the Alzheimers donor site- This disease needs all the help it can get! Thanks!
I am in the process of making a quilt for the Alzheimer's Art Initiative. I will be making three altogether. One a month.
My husband has been diagnosed with probable AD, but had a small stroke Christmas Eve in another state and the neurologist there thought maybe it is Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neither one of these is good, both are devastating progressive brain diseases.

There are great strides being made with Alzheimers. PPA is more rare and not as well known as AD. All the help you can give is tremendously appreciated.
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