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April 10, 2009

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Nanna mary

It's A nice quilt I Hope you do finish it.Have A Happy Easter.
Hugs Mary.

nicolette

I hope you will finish it, quilts like this with so much memories deserve to be finished!

I can relate to your remark about the baking and the oven!

Happy Easter!

Jane Weston

What a sweet quilt. It just the sort of thing that is "in" at the moment. Look forward to seeing it when it's completed :o)

magikquilter

what a special quilt...it will always be such an important part of your life...i wonder if that is why you never finished it?

Maybe the time is right now..as you say life has slowed down.....I had a hysterectomy at 32 so i understand..and i worked on cross stitches to get through the hospital stay and the pain afterward...this was pre morphine drip days!

Happy Easter dear Cherri

Kelly

I have a similar health history... and a similar need to create. ;) I can't wait to see your quilt finished... :)

clare bower

I have never visited your blog before and now I found this lovely post about your quilt . Thankyou .

TerryG

Thanks for the thoughtful post. Last August I went into the hospital to have cysts removed from my ovaries and came out with a full hysterectomy. The emotional recovery was definately more difficult than the physical recovery. I was 39 years old and I felt completely betrayed by my body. How did things get so bad inside my own body and I didn't even know it? Anyway, can't wait to see the finished quilt.

Paula

Hard to believe you forgot about this lovely treasure (but then I'm starting to wonder what I might find under my piles of creative debri).

I made a quilt by hand many years ago, and to this day when I look at, the flood of memories of what was going on during that time return. Almost seems like the memories are stitched inside. xoxo

amandajean

i love reading stories behind quilts. i love 3 sisters fabrics even though i don't use them all that often. they are so soft, pretty and feminine. i hope that you are able to finish the quilt someday.

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