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Here's the comfort quilt for Shawn's friend Michael...
You may recognize a block in this quilt if you participated in the RWB swap a while back. Thank you to all of you who did join this one! Look at what a wonderful quilt this made!
A HUGE HUGE thank you to Tina providing the backing and doing the quilting for me. I hope to get it sent/delivered to Michael soon and hopefully will have a picture to share once he gets it.
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You're very welcome Mary. Glad you got the binding and label all on too
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It is wonderful. I love it.
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- Joined: Fri Sep 28, 2007 2:46 pm
beautiful quilt Mary and Tina. Michael will love ti.
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Beautiful you ladies did a great job know that Michael will love it.
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What a beautiful quilt.You both did a great job.Know he will love it. Becca
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Beautiful quilt, made by a bunch of beautiful ladies. Tina, I love the label and your quilting too.
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Mary, it's beautiful! My block is Kansas Dugout, row 2-C from top left. I chose that block because our son has one of the original Kansas dugout "homes" on his farm. I use "home" loosely. It's basically a cave carved out of a mound of earth under some tree roots. I can't stand up in it, but settlers lived in their dugouts while they carved sod from the plains and made their sod houses. There is also a rock barn not too far from the dugout.
Best wishes to your friend's son!!!