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Thread: Charity Quilts

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    Super Member KSue's Avatar
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    Just a couple of simple quilt tops I put together that will be tied during Relief Society. Something besides just a plain piece of fabric. I make the tops from donated fabric and fill in with some of my own.
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    Great job! What a wonderful project!

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    Those are wonderful and what a great thing to do.

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    Very nice! Too often those quilts are not very attractive. I like to make the charity quilts something that I would be happy to give to someone I know personally. Your RS ladies are lucky to have you!

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    K sue you are a dear to do these quilts. I am sure people who recieve them bless you for it.
    By the way they are very nice!

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    They are lovely, very cheery and nicely put together. Just think how thrilled the recipients will be.

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    Love them!

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    Very nice!

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    Those are really nice quilts! Love them. And how nice for you to make them for a Charity! One thing I do on Charity quilts is put the laundry instructions on the label. Keep up the nice work!

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    Great quilts! When I lived in Southern California, our RS always had at least one quilt ready to be tied!!

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    Beautiful quilts. Thank you for sharing. I learned about quilts from RS when I was a girl during the monthly classes fir the women. I learned so much about homemaking. I appreciate all you do. Love ann

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    Great job on the quilts.

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    I'm sure they will be appreciated!

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    Great quilts.

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    how nice

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    Wonderful :-P

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    Great quilts. These will make someone happy.

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