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    My latest charity quilts

    Here are 4 quilts I am sending to the Vermont flood victims of September floods. The 2 masculine quilts are flannel with fleece backing.
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    Fabulous...I love the first one. The red squares just make the quilt sparkle.

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    Wonderful job, they are great.

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    I would gladly take the "woodsy" one off your hands. I can just feel the warmth of a fireplace, looking at that quilt.
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    wonderful

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    Beautiful quilts! Love the fabric in the blue one.

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    i love them all! that first one- the blue one sure is a vibrant quilt it took my breath away!
    great job- and great reason to make/give them
    hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy

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    Beautiful gifts not because they are beautifully done (which they are), but because of the thought! Thanks for sharing.
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    Wonderful quilts
    Wonderful you - for your generousity

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    First, bless you wonderful, generous heart. The flood victims will love these quilts! Great job!
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    Fabulous quilts!
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    Thanks everyone, for the kind words. My family has been blessed with many material things. I have never purchased gifts except when my kids and grandkids were little and in the toy stage. They have all received at least one quilt from me. I decided this year that there wasn't anything I could give them that they didn't already have. And what better way to say what Christmas is all about than to give a gift from the heart. I have been blessed with a gift (my ability to quilt) and feel it is my duty to use that gift in the best way I can. So what better way than to give to the unfortunate victims of whatever suffering has been brought upon them. I also feel that this is a good lesson for my grandchildren to learn...that gifts are supposed to come from the heart, not the pocketbook, or mall. They will each get a card with a picture of the quilt I donated in his/her name and the name and goal of the charity. After all, the 3 Wisemen didn't run to the mall when they saw the star in the sky; they gave what they had.

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    Beautiful quilts.
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    You will be blessed for your giving heart. Beautiful

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    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6 View Post
    Here are 4 quilts I am sending to the Vermont flood victims of September floods. The 2 masculine quilts are flannel with fleece backing.
    Oh Grann of 6,
    They are absolutely wonderful. You are one of the most thoughtful person's that I know of. You make such lovely things for those in need. I am sure they will be deeply appreciated. Thank you for caring.
    If you see someone without a SMILE, please give them one of yours!!

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    lovely quilts. my fav is the first blue one
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    I love them ! Great job- you are so generous
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    Love them all!!!
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    How beautiful. Very nice job!
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    They are so pretty. What a nice thing to do for th flood victims.

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    Very beautiful quilts,And a wonderful generousity.
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    a nice job . . . quilters are such nice people . . . you get your gold star!
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    I also love the mostly blue one. What beautiful fabrics! The other 3 quilts will be very appreciated as well!
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    Beautiful quilting for your beautiful quilts!

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    Really nice job. I always love to make charity quilts that are pretty too.

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    All of them are so beautiful. Great job.

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