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Thread: Finally I took pictures of some of my projects

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    Wonderful quilts for your church seniors. Bless you for your kindness and generosity!

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    Glad you got out your camera---pretty!

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    Wonderful quilts.

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    I am sure all the seniors are so happy. Yours is beautiful.

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    Those are some very lucky seniors. Each quilt is beautiful!

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    The quilters at our church are the seniors!

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    I'm a senior and might just come to Wisconsin to join your church. lol

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    We did 4 quilts for our graduating seniors this year and 5 last year. I piece the tops and the sewing circle helps layer and tie. This year did two in gold and purple for Western IL University, one with a farm motif for a gal going into farm management, and one with Loralie chef fabric for the gal going to chef's school. Lots of fun to match quilts to interests or college colors. I also did some signature blocks on the backs of the last two so that members of the congregation or their graduating class could sign them.

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    What a generous thing for you to do for the senior members. They will certainly enjoy your beautiful quilts!

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    Nice quilts. The seniors are sure to enjoy them.

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    They all look great! I know your seniors are gonna love them. That is such a sweet and thoughtful thing for y'all to do!

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    Yes... it is the senior ladies that sew them for the graduating seniors from high school...
    Too many senior groups in this world I guess. Hee Hee :)

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    How very nice. I love the colors in the first one titled RAIL FENCE for SENIORS!!Thanks for thinking of them.

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    Lovely quilts.

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    Terrific :thumbup:

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    The first rail fence is one of the prettiest I have ever seen!

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    ALL ARE VERY NICE

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    Beautiful quilts Lovely Gifts too!

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    Very nice. What a great thing
    to do for the seniors. They
    will love them. Hugs, Sharon

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    Very pretty quilts :D:D:D

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    Blessings to you for your work and giving ..However I love the top one with the dominate greens...I have yet to make a rail fence..I think I need to add it to my list of to do's

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    Beautiful quilts. What a thoughful idea.

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    Beautiful quilts for a good cause.

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    Great quilts, It must have been a colorful day for the seniors.

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    It always amazes me how the same pattern can look so different just by the placement of a zinger fabric. Your rail fence quilts are the perfect example--how the orange in the 1st and the green in the second make them look like different patterns. Fabulous job on all three, I'm sure the kids will enjoy them for years!!

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