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Thread: JUST LOOK AT MY DARLING CHARITY QUILT

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    I love the quilt it is too precious. I know about the grandchild deal....... my grandson (4) looks at my quilting magazines and books and tells me the ones he wants. :lol:

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    What a cute quilt. Some child is going to love it. Great job.

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    What a wonderful gift for a child that will be so happy to have a blankie and a smile . Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Your grandchild will want it?!?! Heck, I want it and I'm not child anymore!! :mrgreen:

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    Cute cute cute!!! It's an adorable quilt!

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    Oh my goodness how SWEET!!!!! Especially touches my heart as my youngest brother was born with a clef lip. We were very fortunate that it only affected his lip and not his pallett.

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    That is so cute. Warm and comfy.

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    Now, that is just adorable and sure to bring a smile to any child who receives it. It just goes to show my point that when it comes to quilts for small children, the simpler the better. I think it's all about fabric choice and the "cuteness factor". For the most part, a small child doesn't really care if it is a panel quilt or an intricate quilt pattern.

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    That is just so cute! Any child would love to get that one -- yeah, you'd better hide it from your granddaughter!! :wink:

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    Thanks for all the kind words and I know many of you do quilts for charity often. It is remarkable the impact our quilts can have on a soul. Every quilt is so special and so far I've given all of mine away.

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    That is so cute, cute, cute!!!! What a great cause and lucky little child it will go to!

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    I love it!!! What a great cuddle blankie :D :D

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    That's adorable you can just see the fuzzy,cuddlieness of it :)

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    wow it dosen't look easy but it sure is pretty :D

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    This is an absolutely wonderful quilt!

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    Absolutely darling! Is this your own creation or did you have a pattern. So cute. Thanks for sharing.

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    I'm in PA and our quilt guild has sent quilts through Rotary. Worthwhile project and good job!

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    Super cute! Any child would love to have it.

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    That is so cute--it is going to make some child very happy.

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    Oh, that is Darling

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    It is SOOOOOOO CUTE!!!!!
    What a nice t hing to do :D

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    That is sew cute...Love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by JANW
    I whipped this up quickly, because this is a panel my husband found when we were in Joanns. It was 1/2 price for $10.00. I had purchased several yards of chenille on ebay and used some for the back and wrapped it around for the binding. I stitched the binding by machine too, so super quick. It will be donated to the rotary club for children that have hare lip and cleft palate surgery from 3rd world countries. All children receive a donated quilt after their surgery. I made one before but my granddaughter claimed it and if she saw this she would want it too. Sew simple I hope you enjoy seeing it.
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    Love the quilt it is so cute and it will certainly brighten some childs day. What a great thing to do.

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    Very cute!!

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    You may have heard of the home and garden show "If Walls Could Talk", well it always has intriqued me. But if this little quilt could talk, I hope it would have a wonderfull story of how it offered comfort and security for the child that receives it. I guess it is given prior to surgery and goes to surgery with the child, if true these little puppies have quite a mission ahead.
    I'm thrilled that so many of you have enjoyed seeing it and maybe some of you will want to look up your nearby rotary club and also donate a quilt.

    Thanks again for your wonderful comments.
    Jan

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