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    Default First of the 1930's quilts finished

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ID:	140372 here it is. I got it quilted and bound and labels it's 54 by 54 and I really am happy with it.this image is weird. I got a new tablet and it looks like it turned my picture inside out. ��
    Last edited by grammaterry; February 22nd, 2017 at 08:37 PM.

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    How in the world did you get that done so quickly and so beautifully too?

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    That is so pretty. Like I said before, I need some of your energy. You are such a nice, giving and considerate person, doing all the things you are doing for the Shriners, you are a blessing. My niece was a patient in the St. Louis Shriners Hospital for a very long time, went thru many surgeries. What a wonderful hospital that was. She got such excellent care. God bless you.
    Linda

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    Wow, you must be the busiest person out there. You sure bet lots done. Keep up the great work.

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    Do you ever even sleep?????? You accomplish so much in such a short amount of time! You are amazing!
    Brenda.

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    Such a beautiful quilt!!

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    A very talented lady! Hope to achieve some of your success in quilting! Thanks for sharing your beautiful works!

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    Terry, you ROCK! Looks great.
    A day patched with quilting Seldom unravels Sharon

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    Quote Originally Posted by GaGa View Post
    Do you ever even sleep?????? You accomplish so much in such a short amount of time! You are amazing!
    I spent 24 hours seeing this. Remember all the blocks were made except 7 and all I had to do was applique the Dresden plates.at 6 cents a sq inch it should be $175. That seems low to me. What do you all think?

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    Terry, for a 30s quilt, that might seem low..but when you consider the amount of time you put into it, and you had all the fabrics/blocks donated, MAYBE $175 is not so bad. Your quilt is beautiful.
    A day patched with quilting Seldom unravels Sharon

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