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Thread: quilt i made for a family that lost there little girl at the age 18mos

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    thank you, this quilt has brought a lot of tears to my eyes, it made me realize life is very short for all of us .one could never understand the pain they are going through .

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    I wish I could hug your neck!! You did a wonderful job on this memory quilt. I know they will treasure it! :thumbup: :D :thumbup:

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    That must have been very difficult to do but also very gratifying. You did an amazing job

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    I don't know how families can want quilts out of their children's clothing. I know we are all different, but it would just rip my heart out, every time I looked at it! Even hearing of this 18-month old's death and seeing this lovely job you did on her quilt made me cry.

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    You did a wonderful job. I can feel the love pouring out from the quilt. I truely think it will give her parents great comfort.

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    I have tears in my eyes. It is beautiful

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    What a wonderful work of love. They will always cherish it!

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    its wonderful and something the parents should cherish forever,,,

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    I love the red border. You did a great job the family should love it.

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    We lost our second child in infancy. I can assure you that her family will treasure this.

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    Truly a labor or love...nicely done!

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    Bless you!! I know you have made a precious memory for this family. thank you for your kindness to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeslieFrost
    Beautiful! Very good job!

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    I think they will cherish it forever. It was wonderful for you to do it for them.

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    What a memorable quilt for them! Beautiful!

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    You did a wonderful job and it was an honor to be asked to make it. Bless you and I do hope this will help them through the grieving and sweet memories remembered each time they bring it out to cuddle.

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    How wonderful of you to do this for them

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    What a very nice gesture, this will mean so much to the family and you did a beautiful job. Thank You for your thoughtfulness.

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    Its precious, excellant job.

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    Very special. Such a honor to be choosen to do this for them. I'm sure they will Cherrish it.

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    The quilt is lovely and I hope it will offer lots of comfort to them.

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    I bet it was hard to make, but just think how the parents are going to love the quilt.

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    You did good and I'm sure they will treasure it always.

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    It is a very nice quilt.

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    What a wonderful way to preserve memories. You did a fantastic job.

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