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Volunteer service work

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Been quilting again this past week.  Our local Cumberland Valley Quilt Association has a backlog of quilts pieced up for giveaway to veterans, so I volunteered to quilt a couple of them.  Quick and fun work using a couple of panto designs that I've picked up.  But it feels good to know that they will each honor someone who did a much greater service.

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Eric

Spring Hill, TN

...always practicing on my "Lucius", always learning!

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Eric,  When I had my Millie I would quilt for QOV.  If they contact them they will find a longarmer to do the quilting for them as long as they go to a veteran and that may help them out.  You did a wonderful job. And thank you

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Eric;

You did a great job, and I am sure the vets will love them.  I really like the modern look of the second quilt.  Thank you for sharing.

Cagey


May your threads be balanced, and your bobbin forever full….

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Great job.  As a Veteran with 27 years in the Navy,  I really applaud every quilter that works on Veteran's quilts. 


Connie
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