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    Super Member JAGSD's Avatar
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    Here are a few more of the Project Warmth Quilts that I have Quilted. They have been such fun!

    #16 Project Warmth Quilt
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    #17 Project WarmthQuilt
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    Back of #16 Project Warmth Quilt
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    #18 Project Warmth Quilt
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    #19 Project Warmth
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    What is Progect Warmth?

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    Your work is beautiful and your heart is HUGE :)
    HUGS, Sue

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    You did great, I like esp. the quilting. Do you have a LA or a domestic sewing machine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gramabiese
    What is Progect Warmth?
    Project Warmth is What we call our Charity Quilts in our Guild. They are given to many different causes around our area. All the material and batting is donated and different people in our guild piece them and quilt them all voluteer. Everything from terminally ill patients, fire victims, pediatric patients, families of soldiers that never make it home, WAVI(women against violence) and the Childrens home. I know I am probably forgetting many others. I think to date this year we have given out over 275 quilts this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnneT
    You did great, I like esp. the quilting. Do you have a LA or a domestic sewing machine?
    I have an LA and am loving it. (My hubby bought it for me in April of this year)I quilt all my table runners on my Kenmore but all of these bigger quilts have been on my Long arm.

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    Your quilts are beautiful. I love your quilting. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Bless you folks for being so giving! Lovely quilts!!

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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    What a blessing!

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    Great job.

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    Nice quilting! You did a good job. :thumbup:

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    Lovely quilts and great work of sharing!

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    I love the scrappy one!!
    What a blessing to your community!! ;)

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    They are all beautiful. I know that they will be greatly appreciated by those who receive them.

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    Lovely quilts!! Great quilting!

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    Beautiful quilts for such worthy causes!

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    Very cute!

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    Very nice!

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    Thank you for all the kind comments, I will try and get some more of them posted today. I am always just amazed at all the different and wonderful patterns and colors we get thru.

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    as I moved down the pictures, each one became my new favorite. lol.... I Love Love Love the crazy quilt. and the quilting you've done on all of these is Fabulous. all those Warmth quilts must make you feel RoastyToasty. :-)

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    Lovely work. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGSD
    Quote Originally Posted by gramabiese
    What is Progect Warmth?
    Project Warmth is What we call our Charity Quilts in our Guild. They are given to many different causes around our area. All the material and batting is donated and different people in our guild piece them and quilt them all voluteer. Everything from terminally ill patients, fire victims, pediatric patients, families of soldiers that never make it home, WAVI(women against violence) and the Childrens home. I know I am probably forgetting many others. I think to date this year we have given out over 275 quilts this year.
    WOW!!! 275+ quilts? You are all very generous and kind!!!
    All of the quilts you have shown are absolutely beautiful!!! :D:D:D

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    Beautiful work.

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