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Thread: Quilt with a story

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    Junior Member juliasb's Avatar
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    This is a quilt that will be much loved and hopefully for generations to come. The story is one that will 3 or more generations a touch of history. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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    Ditto to all that has been said. You did a wonderful thing for her grandaughter. God bless you. BrendaK
    Be kind to yourself, by being kind to others. When you help others you help yourself.

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    odd, today there is no photo.
    "From hence only infer that an Englishman, of all men, ought not to despise foreigners as such and I think the inference is just, since what they are today, we were yesterday, and tomorrow they will be like us"
    Daniel De Foe -The True Englishman

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    What a lovely story. The quilt turned out great and I know she will cherish it now. Good job.

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    The quilt looks great! The story is so interesting and Iím glad she decided she wanted it back.

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    It certainly turned out beautiful! And how great that your friend will be able to give it to her granddaughter and pass along the love.

    Leslie

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    Now thatís paying it forward...wonderful quilt. Thank you for sharing.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Congratulations on the completion. I'm sure it will be a treasure to her family. You did a great job.
    Jeanie

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    Love the story but no picture came through for me.

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    After all the difficulties, the quilt came out really pretty. Congrats for turning trash into treasure.

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    You are one special lady. Great story too.
    RedGarnet222

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    So wonderful that you have the patience and the skill to salvage this and return it to its family of origin.

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