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Thread: New Donation Quilts, Ready to Go

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    New Donation Quilts, Ready to Go

    All of these are lap quilts, for donation to the local hospital transplant unit.

    This one is made from Boom Swap blocks.
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    Another from Boom Swap blocks.
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    Last, Red and White from jelly roll strips.
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    Super. Thank you for doing this. BrendaK
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    Thanks Brenda. I love to do it!
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    Great job finishing some more quilts! You rock! I like seeing some blocks I made in a finished quilt-- cool! :-)

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    Great quilts! Im particularly fond of that first floral one.

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    all very nicely done!
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    Beautiful quilts! They will be loved!

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    Beautiful quilts! Think of all the joy they will bring to others.

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    What a wonderful cause. Blessings to you for your work.
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    ​Great donation quilts!

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    You've made such gorgeous quilts for the patients in the transplant unit. Thank you for your thoughtfulness to others.
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    All are beautiful, but I like the first one best!!!

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    Great job!
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    Very nice, well done !

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    Thank you for making such beautiful quilts. I'm drawn to the first one...the floral...but all will be loved & cherished.

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    All are great projects and for such a good cause. Kudos to you for all of the work you do and donate. You certainly have been busy.

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    These donation quilts are so lovely sewbizgirl. Bright and cheerful. A true labor of love, as anyone can see right away.
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    Thank you so much. I consider it my ministry.
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    Beautiful quilts for a great project. You are to be commended for your productivity. Yes, sharing with others is truly a ministry and you are blessed by doing it. I especially like the first one made from Boom blocks. Keep up the good work.

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    The first one is my very favorite, you have such an eye for color. It is gorgeous.

    The other two are very pretty.
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    Nice donation quilts.
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    Terrific quilts! You're on a roll~
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    All very attractive! I'm constantly amazed at how prolific you are - always something new to show us.
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    Your quilts are beautiful and are going to put a big smile on the face of those that receive them.
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