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Thread: My Autism Awareness Scrap Quilt

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    Junior Member Judymc's Avatar
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    My Autism Awareness Scrap Quilt

    I have a 10 year old Grandson with Autism. I made this scrap Autism Awareness Quilt in his honor. The puzzle piece is a symbol of Autism. Hopefully someday soon the pieces will fit.

    Judy
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    Nice work on the quilt. My granddaughter also has autism.

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    This is lovely and so colorful.

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    so pretty and colorful! Where did you find this pattern?
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    I love the look of the puzzle quilt ! Your colors are GREAT - I am sure he will love it
    To keep your mind fresh- learn one new thing a day !

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    Wonderful quilt, would you mind letting us know where you got the pattern from?
    ♥♥♥ Loving Mama ♥♥♥

    If life gives you scraps, make an angel quilt out of it!

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    Thank you. The pattern is a free pattern from www.jukeboxquilts.com/

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    That's very very cute!

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    Cute quilt! I did not know that a puzzle piece represents autism. Thanks for the link too!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    Thanks for the link! Just what I needed to get me out of my 5 month slump. Of course, I'll have to finish the last quilt I started first.
    If you choose the behavior, you accept the consequences...Dr. Phil

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    Wow great job!

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    Love this quilt. The colors are great!

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    What a bright cheerful quilt. I love it.

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    Very nice quilt, I have a great nephew with autism.

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    What an awesome quilt--I have worked with develoopmentally handicapped for 16 yrs and my daughter has coached Special O for 10 yrs. This is the 1st yr my GD,12 yrs is volunteering. Your quilt represents something so near and dear to our hearts. Thank you doing such a beatiful job!

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    Wonderful quilt!

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    Fantastic quilt! You did an awesome job on it. I, too, hope they will make all the pieces fit.

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    I just love this pattern. Thanks for the link, and I hope you're watching the new show called Touch on Fox, Thursday night at 9pm. Wonderful new show with Kifer Sutherland.
    The one who dies with the most fabric wins.

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    Love the quilt. You do good work. And thanks for the pattern info.

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    That is beautiful. What a good job!

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    Wonderful work! Very pretty quilt. I pray that everyone will become more and more aware of autism and that the "experts" will recognize and acknowledge truths about the origin of this condition when they find them.

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    what a great quilt.

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    It came out very nice.. I volunteer for Autism speaks.. Have been for years.. I have a nephew in college (three hours away) who has Aspergers, and is doing very well thanks to early intervention..
    I can't wait to see the link.
    Barri

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    Beautiful quilt! Hope they find the cause of Autism soon and Please God a cure!! Too many precious children have it!
    Helen T.

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    great quilt. i love the way you did the quilting, too
    Nancy in western NY
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