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Thread: Wheelchair quilt

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    Wink Wheelchair quilt

    Not too long ago I wrote about the wheelchair quilt I made for my sister and it was not where to be found at the residence she was staying. But I'm happy to tell my dear quilting friends who responded that today we found it! It was in the laundry room all this time. When I described it to the lady boy she was back in 10 minutes with it. I'm so happy!

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    Yea!!!!! That is wonderful news!
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    I'm glade they found it.

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    So happy that you found it!

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    Awesome!
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    What size did you make the wheel chair quilt?

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    Glad you got it back. My mom's has not been found so I hope someone is enjoying it.

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    My Mom inherited a new wheelchair quilt, and doesn't know who it belongs to. Probably one made by a volunteer. It was crocheted and she lives in Minnesota, so it is not ka9sdn's quilt.
    Last edited by Sandra in Minnesota; 12-01-2011 at 01:16 PM.

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    I am glad you found it.


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    That is great, once lost, now found.

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    I used the pattern they showed on our news letter early last year. the shape is unusual and I had 2" squares cut out years ago so used them to put it all together. She is totally bedridden now so I just brought it home for safe keeping.

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    I'm happy to hear that it was found. That is really good news! My mom's shoes went missing when she was in a nursing home and were found a few weeks later so you just never know.

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    awesome...and thanks for updating this for us as well!

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    that is wonderful news! Sometimes stuff goes in the "black Hole" in a facility, and never resurfaces. So glad it was found.

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