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Thread: Latest Finish

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    Great quilt, love the floral fabric. Using fleece on the back is a great idea as many times the nursing home can be cold, and this should keep your MIL warm.

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    I know she will love it, very pretty.

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    Better wash it yourself. They'll put it in the hottest water and dryer you can imagine. I know. We've been there.

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    Very, very nice!!
    take plenty of pic of family & friends, keep tabs on loved ones but make time for yourself !

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    very pretty!!

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    Pretty quilt and she will like it because seniors are always cold and this will do the job! Very kind of you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by illinois View Post
    Voice of experience here. I, too, am saying PUT HER NAME ON IT. Things in the nursing homes "get lost" too easily. Also, nursing home laundry is hard on things so, if you live nearby, you may want the staff to know you will launder this quilt when it needs to be done. I swear everything in most of those facilities gets washed on hot with bleach!
    Glad that you said this. Very good advice. (I was just about to say the very same thing.)

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    The flowers should be very uplifting for your your MIL
    "Life's tragedy is that we get old too soon and wise too late".

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    Your MIL will feel very loved when wrapped I that pretty quilt.

    I hope she settles Into her new home well.

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    Nicely done...

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