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Thread: Quilts for Margie

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    Beautiful - she is going to love them and the good memories.

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    How very nice to do this and beautiful quilts in the end.

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    I'd say that she is real lucky to know you. Really nice job on those quilts.

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    so great that she will still have hubby with her. Very cool idea!!

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    Thy are really nice. The second one jumped out at me..... very nice.

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    you did a fantastic job!

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    What pretty treasures!

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    Magnificent! I love that you made the second quilt. They are both very special, as are you! ~ Pat

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    Both are wonderful. I'm sure she will treasure them. You are a good friend to do that for her.

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    Beautiful and I am sure she will love them and you should expect tears

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    Great quilts and wonderful for you to make such quilts.

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    What an incredible thing to do! They are both beautiful- I especially like the second one! I'd love to be a fly on the wall when you give them to her...how much meaning and comfort they will bring her. Great job.
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    They are both wonderful. She will love them

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    They are both so wonderful! How thoughtful of you!
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    Lovely quilts made by a lovely and caring person! God Bless YOU

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    Both are beautiful.

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    She'll just have no choice but to love them. They are beautiful AND sentimental. She'll remember seeing him in those shirts and you'll have her crying. She'll be covered in his love and yours whenever she uses them. So sweet of you.

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    Gorgeous quilts. I know she will love them. Bless you.

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    Very nice quilts. What a comfort these will bring to her. Good job!

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    Great Job!! :thumbup:

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    Both of them are beautiful! You did a great job! She is going to love them both!

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    These are beautiful. She's going to love them.

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    You are such a loving person :-D Beautiful quilts!

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    Very very nice

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    They are beautiful! I am thinking of making a quilt for my great niece out of her mother's cotton clothing. I'll have to find a simple pattern. My niece lost a 9-year battle with breast cancer. She was only 41. Her daughter is still in grade school.

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