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Friday, August 16, 2013

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Kim Calhoun

Really cute! I can't wait to make this pillowcase. I am going to my local quilt shop on the 29th to make pillowcases for charity. It always makes me feel good. You are doing a great job of keeping us informed. I signed up for Victoria's charity too.

Beth

So cute!!! The train is adorable. I have to raid the stash and make some quilts and pillowcases.

Josefina

Thank you for the link to donate quilts to Victoria's charity project. I made a note on my calendar to remind me when we return from vacation. I won't be able to meet the deadline to donate a quilt to Katie's cause though since I will be out of town the rest of this month until mid-September. I really appreciate you sharing the information, Pat.

Karen Lieberman

That pillow case is adorable! Last summer I made 255 pillowcases for kids in cancer treatment. The two years before that I made about 300 for Vanderbuilt Hospital in Nashville for the kids. I just sent 50 recently to another group for kids in treatment! They are so much fun to make!!
I support Bumble Beans too, I have 12 baby quilt tops all ready to pin for quilting for the next drive starting in Sept. (and a pile of twin size tops too! The machine I do my quilting on is in the shop for a week, and I'm having severe separation anxiety already! (just dropped it off yesterday) LOL

Gale Lavers

Awesome!!!! You made it super cute.

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