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Thread: 3 Valentine's Day Fund raiser table mats or wall hangings

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    The girls and I just got back from the auction. Total proceeds for the school on these three were $435 with the red one selling the highest. I thought if they brought $25 each I would be happy, needless to say I'm more than happy.
    Terrific!
    I bet your Grands were thrilled to see them sell so well.

    And now Missy ... what did you purchase?
    (knowing that one donates and then goes and supports the cause with a purchase too!)
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    Gladdie, as always fantastic. What lucky GK's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwiltkrazy View Post
    Gladdie, as always fantastic. What lucky GK's.
    Thanks, L! Elise (6 yo) wanted to know how many $ I had because she wanted it back! What does that say, other than I have to make her one!

    QE, I passed. $125 pies are just a little rich for me!! Yes it was a great fundraiser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Thanks, L! Elise (6 yo) wanted to know how many $ I had because she wanted it back! What does that say, other than I have to make her one!

    QE, I passed. $125 pies are just a little rich for me!! Yes it was a great fundraiser.
    Yeppir!! but fun to watch it all happen. If it's like the ones in our community, people look at it as the donation, not the actually item they are getting. And too, there's always some scamming and scheming .... where two people go at it, convinced they are not letting the other person get it. Or that a group pools resources just to see the other person sweat it out, thanks to their seemingly unlimited resources.

    Makes for some mighty good entertainment!
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    It sounds like fun was had by all!
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    Wow, what a G'ma! You'll be famous at that school for raising money!

    I love the pic of the mess left after sewing to a deadline -- looks very familiar....
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    They're all great, but #2 is my absolute favorite. Love the combination of brown and pink, even better than blue and yellow.

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    Very pretty! I bet the GK's are happy and proud. They should sell fast.
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    Thanks again, but may have gotten myself into trouble as we have 9 GK and there could be a waiting line for G'ma's sewing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Thanks again, but may have gotten myself into trouble as we have 9 GK and there could be a waiting line for G'ma's sewing!
    Get that motor running and get a stockpile ready!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Get that motor running and get a stockpile ready!!!
    I agree! You had better start planning now!
    Bev
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    Those are very nice. I love your sewing room too. I could have fun playing in there. Nice fabrics.

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    They are all very nice but Candy Hearts is my favourite. Great job!

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