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Thread: My July 4th weekend quilting...

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    Super Member aorlflood's Avatar
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    Made this for a friend's daughter. You can read the story here...

    http://365daysotherramblings.blogspo...y-edition.html
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    So sweet of you and a beautiful quilt.

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    Very pretty

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    Oh, I am sure that will help her to heal quickly. That was so nice of you to do!

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    What a wonderful gift. It's beautiful! I love crumb quilts.

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    Pretty.

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    Very nice! Such a beauiful and thoughtful gift.

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    Very pretty. I got a Baby quilt ready to quilt, will start tomorrow after I get home from work. Then I will start another.

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    That is a cool way to make a scrap quilt

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    Beautiful gift!

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    Hope the girl is on a road to recovery soon. Prayers go out to her and family. Bless your kind heart.

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    Very nice!! I quilted alot this weekend too.

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    beautiful quilt

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    Pretty! Great use of scraps and it looks perfectly planned.

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    Very pretty quilt :D:D:D

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    Loretta,

    What a beautiful quilt! I love all things scrappy, and this is a stunning example of my favorite block (crumb blocks). I read about the quilt on your blog, and until then I had not noticed the embroidered flowers in some of the white squares. What a great idea.

    Here's hoping your friend's family -- all of them -- will be comforted in the long healing journey ahead of them. They will certainly know they are loved every time they look at the quilt you made.

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    very pretty quilt. i did recognize some of the materials used in your quilt. memory lane.

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