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Thread: Busy bags and pillowcases

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    Busy bags and pillowcases

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    These will be going to Sadie's Dream for a Cure. And finished stuffing the box with books and crayons for the kids in the hospital.

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    You do such a nice job on the bags. Wish I was that talented with doing bags but I have tried and I am not.
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    What a great thing to do! They are all just as cute as can be. You will certainly brighten the day for some sick children.

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    They look so nice. I made some kids bags and parents bags also. It was fun using some fabrics that I wasn't getting used although I really liked them when I bought them.

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    These are great!!!!

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    Your bags are so nice. They will brighten any child's day.

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    What a wonderful thing to do. They are so happy looking. Bless you.

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    What a very generous and caring person.

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    So nice of you to make these lovelies for the kids.
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    Great bags and pillowcases.

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    Those busy bags would be great to make for our Children's Justice Center. They love bags for activities while waiting in court or at the Dr;s office

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    Wonderful gifts.
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    Love quilting also.

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    What a kind and thoughtful person you are. Not only giving of your stash but your time. These will be loved by those who receive them

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    Nice items, so colorful

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    What a wonderful group of bags and pillowcases! Such a wonderful cause to make for too. Great work!
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    you did a fantastic job!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Ai made about 10 of these bags before the holidays and used John Deere fabrics and little girly fabrics! The pattern was super easy to do! And I may have to make some more'
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    Nice job!! They are all so bright and cheery. Sure to bring smiles!!
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    Just gorgeous! I love all of them and they look so nice. I can imagine the children would be thrilled to get them.

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