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Thread: Charity Quilt Done

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    Charity Quilt Done

    Finished another charity quilt. The fabric turned out to be a little more neutral than I thought. My guild's charity this year is cancer treatment centers--quilts for those in recliners getting chemo. Hopefully the bird theme will be peaceful.
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    This is pretty. It looks like floor tile. Great job!
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    a lovely quilt!
    Nancy in western NY
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    T is it True? H is it Helpful? I is it Inspiring? N is it Necessary? K is it Kind?

    Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance.

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    Anyone using this quilt will be comforted Jeanne !!
    A Good Friend, like an old quilt, is both a Treasure and a Comfort

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    Beautiful! Someone will truly appreciate this!

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    ​Pretty calming quilt!

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    great quilt, very soothing and peaceful looking
    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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    That's really pretty!!!

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    vey nice quilt!!!
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    Very pretty!

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    Very nice. Restful and peaceful looking. Very kind of you to make this for a chemo patient.

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    Really like the quilt. Many men do not want a bright colored quilt and this looks perfect for one of them. it is calming and peaceful. Thanks for doing this.

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    Your fabric choice is perfect, and the quilt will be so appreciated.

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    Such soft and restful colors. This quilt will certainly give lots of comfort.

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    Very nice "low volume" quilt! I had a friend who went thru a number of ordeals before she died. There was a point she could not bear anything garish/bright/cheerful. I think there will be those who are delighted with it, comforted by it. You did a lovely job on it.

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    Thank you for thinking of chemo patients - it is beautiful.

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    It certainly will be very appreciated. Lovely quilt.
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    An excellent reason to make a quilt. Good for you.

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    Looks like a great comfort quilt!
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    So very nice. I am sure the recipient will love it. You did a nice job on it.
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    I am sure the person that gets this quilt will love it. Great work!
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    It reminds me of beautiful floor tiles. Good job.

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    Nicely done

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    This is pretty. It looks like floor tile. Great job!
    My first thought too when I saw it. I really like your fabric- what a nice neutral quilt to go with any setting. You did great.

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    looks great.my grand daughter has Chrohn's and had infusions regularly in a very chilled room.Being a quilting famoly we made her a treatment/hospital stay quilt.
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