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Thread: My Daughters Donation Quilt

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    Great quilt...what a special thing to do.

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    She should be very proud of her work! Great job and will be loved, for sure!

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    Kudos, that is awesome!!

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    WOW - very pretty! I love to see young people doing things for charity or others in need!
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    Great job !!!!!

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    That is a beautiful quilt. The shades of blue are great.

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    What a Wonderful donation... Love the colors... Lucky you to have such a talented daughter.

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    Congrats to daughter on a beautiful quilt and a heart for giving.

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    she did a great job i love the colors!
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    Not only is the quilt lovely, but it shows that your dear daughter is a very lovely person as well. The colors are so lively and I like her placement of the different fabrics. Wonderful job.

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    Wonderful blues and wonderful daughter for being so thoughtful.
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    I think that it is wonderful that your daughter did this for charity. The quilt is beautiful.

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    Verry pretty. I really love the colors too.
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    Beautiful in every way!
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    love the colors

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    Very pretty!! I love Braid quilts & I want to make one soon! Very nice of her to make it as a donation!!

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    Beautiful quilt, more beautiful is your daughter's heart, because it has so much compassion!
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    I just love seeing the new generation of quilter's picking up the gauntlet! The quilt is fabulous and she is to be commended for thinking of others at such a young age.
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    The quilts are lovely and so is your daughter.

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    A beautiful quilt and a very thoughtful gesture!
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    Lovely quilt! Pretty fabrics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janetter View Post
    Here is a picture of one of the two quilts my 18yr old is making to donate to CHOP. Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia where her boyfriend was treated for cancer when he was 9yr old. Hope posting the pic works this is my first post since the board change
    She made a very pretty quilt! How wonderful that she would do this for donation to such a great cause.

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    Very pretty quilt!
    Karen, aka yayaquilts (yaya-Greek for grandma to 5 beautiful granbabies, 2 girls & 3 boys)
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    What a great thing to do. Love the quilt. Love the colors she picked.

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    Thanks so much for sharing!!

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