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Thread: My Prayers and Squares quilts

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    I do believe someone has been hiding her light under a bush?

    Please explain prayers and squares. I have a group at church we call hands 2 hearts.

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    Two beautiful quilts. Both are awesome. Love them for different reasons. The first one is just really neat. Second one looks really hard. Love the colors on both. Can you tell I really like them both. Thanks for sharing BrendaK
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    You are right, I get inspired here also. And now your quilts are inspiring!

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    Prayers and squares quilts.

    Quote Originally Posted by ruthrings View Post
    these are my first pictures to post since joining the board. I'm so in awe of all of you. But i'm being brave and sharing two of the quilts i've made for prayers and squares this month. Thanks for inspiring me, all of you.
    they all look very nice you did a wonderful job give yourself a pat on the back and keep working.lol
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    lovely colors, I like the light and dark play on the hearts!

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    I love them both!!! Thankyou for sharing!

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    Love them both and the Lover of Hearts in my especially loves the first!!!
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    I love your choice of color. Beautiful!!

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    Wonderful quilts!

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    Absolutly beautiful !!
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    I love Hearts and am always into using them without red or pink.....your quilts are both beautiful!!!
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    Both are great. I love the Colors in the second a lot.
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    Beautiful quilts, you are doing well
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    Wonderful quilts! Love the heart one especially.

    I know how you feel about your first post - just posted my first pictures today too.

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    Prayers and Squares is a national organization with chapters in churches all over the world, most here, of course. We make lap quilts with knots left untied until someone requests a prayer quilt. Then on Sunday morning we put the quilt on the patio with a note re the request and people tie a knot and say a prayer. Typically there are 40 or more knots tied, each representing a prayer. We often give out 3 a week! Fabrics are donated, but we have a budget from the church, too. We meet once a month for "basting." Some groups get together to sew, too. You can google Prayers and Squares and see the website. It's such a blessing to ME to be able to do something so fun and creative and have it be so beneficial as well.
    Ruth

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    Someone else just asked about Prayers and Squares, too. Please scroll down a few posts and see my reply. Prayers and Squares also has a website by that name. I'll pray for you, though, too, Grace! I love your name!!
    Ruth

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    I love both of your quilts. I would love the heart one in my favorite color....red.........lol. Thanks for sharing. I haven't gotten brave enough to try sharing pictures on the new board. LOL

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    Both are beautiful. Your blue and greens just melt into one another on your second quilt. Fantastic job!

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    Beautiful - you are doing a great job!!!!

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    I love them both, for different reasons. You are an inspiration.

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    Wow! They are gorgeous! you do great work

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    Your work is beautiful.
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