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    From what I can see they are wonderful and a big thank you for helping the kids know they are loved! Bless you!
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    Awesome, I am sure they are going to get lots of love!!!
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    That look so bright and cheery. God bless you for performing such a self less act. Thanks for sharing. I, too, would love to see them all and not just a snippet.
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    Give yourself a big pat on the back! Great job!
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    From one PL blanketeer to another PL blanketeer........thank you for your kindness. We both know that helping kids who have been traumatized or seriously ill is desperately needed. Project Linus quilts gives them that small assurance when all else is going wrong in their lives. Loved your fabric prints and, by the way, what a great doll crib you have them displayed. Take care and happy stitching my fellow quilter.
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    Sew generous of you! Great job.
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    great job your quilts and dolls will be well loved

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    Quote Originally Posted by All Thumbs View Post
    From one PL blanketeer to another PL blanketeer........thank you for your kindness. We both know that helping kids who have been traumatized or seriously ill is desperately needed. Project Linus quilts gives them that small assurance when all else is going wrong in their lives. Loved your fabric prints and, by the way, what a great doll crib you have them displayed. Take care and happy stitching my fellow quilter.
    Thank you for posting. 5 of these are alphabet and nursery rhyme book panels made onto quilts. I loved the colors, had given one as a gift and new momma uses it hard! After all the pieced quilts i have made, it came down to the fun drawings and colors of the panels. She said it can be stain resistant and washes like a dream . Who knew. The cradle my children used, a few grandchildren ..it was 100 years in the family for the grandchildren . Thanks so much for posting! Appreciate the note.
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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    Yeah... we want to see them & give them some cyber hugs for all the kidlets! Please???
    I had posted earlier when there were 5. I can't post photo today. Two others are alphabet soup and nursary rhyme books made to same size.
    Sizes are 45 x38. All but the incubator cover ducky square 32 inch. They were fun! Two of my own squarea, triangles and ducky 10 min. Block. Thank you all for the posts.
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    Wow!! I'd have loved to see them opened up!!Great project!! Great job!
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    Where else beside head start can you give quilts to? I have made about 20 little receiving blankets, they are cotton on one side, and flannel on the back, 1 yard of each, NO batting I sew these inside out and before I sew them together, I place different colors, and textured ribbon around the edges then sew all around (leave a 6" opening or so to turn inside out) and I have a tabby blanket. I then tie them. They are quick and make a wonderful little extra in a baby gift. I would like to donate some but not real sure where to do this, any ideas would be great! I get my fabric from Thousand Bolts Only One Nut ! site so each cost approx. $11.00 - $12.00

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    show us the quilts so we can be inspired to also sew some for charity

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    Awe, so sweet!
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    Beautiful colors - they will surely be enjoyed.
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    Awesome job

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    Your awesome to do such wonderful quilts!!
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    What a joyful feeling that is, love your baby collection. I have some baby dolls and stuffed animals from my youngest daughter and grand children. they sit/lay on the bed in one of the extra bedrooms.
    the quilts look so cheerful will make some child happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura Weisberg View Post
    Where else beside head start can you give quilts to? I have made about 20 little receiving blankets, they are cotton on one side, and flannel on the back, 1 yard of each, NO batting I sew these inside out and before I sew them together, I place different colors, and textured ribbon around the edges then sew all around (leave a 6" opening or so to turn inside out) and I have a tabby blanket. I then tie them. They are quick and make a wonderful little extra in a baby gift. I would like to donate some but not real sure where to do this, any ideas would be great! I get my fabric from Thousand Bolts Only One Nut ! site so each cost approx. $11.00 - $12.00
    thank you for the tip! Wonderful!
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    How wonderful you are!!!!
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    A great pile of love!
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    Boy, you have been busy. They will diffinitly be loved and enjoyed.

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    Great job!!they will make many happy.

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    Lucky little people will love these gifts.

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    My son got a project linus quilt last year and the year before. They are some of his favorite blankets. I'm sure these will be just as loved!

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