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Thread: When you say chemo quilt...

  1. #76
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    Flannel on the back to keep her warm, biography enough to cover her when she streches out. And all the love and prayers you can fit in it.

    Suze

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    I have done several "chemo" quilts and don't do anything relating to their disease. Just find a pattern that I like, fab that may be good match for the person, and away I go. They quilts are always appreciated, used. Room for chemo are always so so cold and I encourage the person to please please take the quilt with them for treatment.
    If you don't work on it you'll never finish it.

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    I have made several "Comfort Quilts". 2 of which were pinks, but no pink ribbons.

    However, for something like a Relay for life quilt I have used ribbons.

    2011 quilt

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    2012 quilt
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    The ribbons do bring in donations though

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