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Thread: Fall Quilt finished

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    Senior Member broomstix's Avatar
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    Fall Quilt finished

    Quilt my sister and I made for local radio station. They have a radio auction every year. this year it is Dec. 3rd.
    we are both members of this board. her name is Fred Singer.
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    Love the fabrics and the pattern you have used to show them off Of all the quilts I've made I think I like the tied ones the best

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    So beautiful. Love it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very pretty! Where do the proceeds of the auction go?
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    Nice job, love the pattern and fabrics

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    This is adorable! What a nice thing to do.
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    That's a great quilt. Looks like a lot of work.

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    Very pretty!
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    Gorgeous quilt. I hope your quilt brings in a lot of money for whatever charity the station is doing it for.

    This is the first time in my life (62 years) that I have seen a tied quilt. My SIL told me that she volunteers at their church tying quilts that they make for Ronald MacDonald House in Hershey, PA. I told her that I have never seen a tied quilt...she couldn't believe it. lol

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    Very pretty fall quilt. I hope it raises a lot of money.

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    the Proceeds from the auction goes to the local for pantries for holiday meals. Last year over 21,000.00 was raised.

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    I am making tied quilts for all my grand children also. Have 3 done, and another in the proess of being basted. the last one still being dreamed up. Also have another top in progress for a daughter in law.

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    Beautiful fall colors. Great job!

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    My sister does fantastic work on quilts I'm still getting tips and learning things from her.Sure is nice to be able to quilt with your sister.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Beautiful - love the way you fussy cut the fabrics to show them off the best.

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    It looks beautiful! What a wonderful cause.

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    Very pretty quilt.
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    well done, good luck at the auction
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    Very nice. Love the fall fabrics! Thanks for sharing.

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    Your quilt is amazing and you are doing so much good.

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    Very pretty quilt!

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    it's a lovely quilt, well done you two.
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    Beautiful quilt

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    Oh, so nice

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    Beautiful quilt! Whoever wins it will be very pleased
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