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Thread: Quilts for Margie

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    Senior Member Pat-w's Avatar
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    Very nice quilts, Very nice friend. It will be like being wrapped in her husbands loving arms. How wonderful of you!

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    they are beautiful ...you did an awesome job

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    These are two beautiful quilts that will be treasured and loved. What a sweetheart you are to do this. Both of you must be very special caring people . The world needs more like you. Blessings....

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    Those are beautiful..She will remember so many good things when she looks at the quilts. You are a great friend..

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    They are beautiful quilts and it is so very thoughtful of you to make them for her.

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    They are both beauties! She will always treasure them.

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    How Awesome!! She will "Love" the reminders. And different colors so she can change the look with out a big fuss.
    What a wonderful job. They look great.

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    Nice!!

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    What wonderful memory quilts to have around.

    She is going to love them.

    You did a fantastic job.

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    They are both awesome!!!

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    :thumbup:

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    Very Beautiful

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    No, the darker blue was something from my stash. I tried a dark red/burgudy color, but liked the blue better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.P.
    No, the darker blue was something from my stash. I tried a dark red/burgudy color, but liked the blue better.
    It's great. I was just wondering how many squares can be obtained from one men's shirt.

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    What beautiful quilts. You are so creative.

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    Beautiful job!!

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    They are both great--love the star one!

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    :D She should be very proud of these, good job beautiful quilts. I can see the tears already. :-)

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    Wonderful quilts and a great loving idea. I am very close to what I call my mutual mothers-in-love. (My son's and my daughter's Mothers-in-laws)

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    What a nice thing to do. I am sure she will cherish them.

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    Fantastic! I love the borders with the strips of material.

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    I had about 12-15 shirts and I was able to make both quilts, all shirts were plaid/stripped; made the stars, square-in-a-suares and piano keys (still have little pieces I cut off the star quilt that might make a narrow pieced border...the other fabric I added, like the blue and some of the borders.

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    Both are beautiful.

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    Great quilts, I'm sure they will bring tears to her eyes with love and appreciation.

    The rustic stars is my favorite, I've seen it called 'floating stars' also.

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    So thoughtful of you to take the time to not only make one but two quilts. Lots of memories in those shirts.

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