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January 24, 2011

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debbie york

I think she is quite pleased to know her heart is now your hearts. Lovely ideas!
Debbie

Julie Jones

What a great way to memorialize Grandma Ruth! I have one of those, but I'm too chicken to cut into it. We were only -8 this weekend and I painted our dining room 2 shades of white. On my way to a French flea market redo! I'll get pictures up soon. Julie

June

This is such a wonderful idea Zita. I can't wait to see the finished projects. I just love that you were able to save this wonderful old quilt.
sending hugs...

The Flying Bee

What a beautiful idea. I think she would be so happy. Stay warm!

Janet

i think grandma ruth is smiling down on these hearts! very dear to continue to love and treasure her in this way! can't wait to see what you do with all of them!

Theresa Smith

It's so much fun to take something old and make new things out of them! so cute! I think grandma would be very happy!
Theresa
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lorraine lewis

i have a few loved warn quilts- i keep thinking i should do something with them. i love your idea zita! i think they would make lovely sachet's too!

xo
lorraine

Toocutedobs

Very good! I have a huge box of old quilts made by my grandmother and greatgrandmother. But I'll have to wait until mother is gone to cut them (if necessary) since mother had a fit when I made a scrapbook and trimmed old photos for it. Interesting how other people look at things sometimes :)

Laura @ 52 FLEA

Great save! I love that you are making hearts with them...beautiful quilt and lovely sentiment! :)

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