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Re: Our leader, Virginia

Thanks so much, Marge for stepping up and taking charge of this--I really appreciate not having to think about this detail! va To:
Virginia Berger
Feb 11, 2012
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Thanks, Marge, for keeping us updated. Please relay our concerns and prayers to Virginia. And, Kimber, kidney stones can be very painful. I'm glad you're
MARY MILLER
Feb 11, 2012
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Re: Our leader, Virginia

Hi Marge, Thank you for keeping the group updated on Virginia. I had no idea she was having health issues. I hope her prognosis is good. I will definitely say
Tom and Kimber
Feb 10, 2012
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Our leader, Virginia

Please pray for VA. She has some health issues right now. She will have surgery Wed., Feb. 15 to remove a tumor. I will keep you updated as to what they
marge Pearson
Feb 10, 2012
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Re: group

I'd be interested in the Jordan House, too. I thought they usually have a holiday open house and that might be nice to go to as a group—or maybe you would
Tom and Kimber
Oct 26, 2011
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group

I found making the blocks for the auction fairly painless and so, would recommend doing something similar for 2012. How about taking Jan/Feb off and starting
MARY
Oct 26, 2011
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Group updates

Please forgive me for the duplicate posts but I've lost track of who is on which lists! Hello all, Just a reminder that our next meeting will be this Thursday,
Virginia
Oct 24, 2011
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new blog of interest

Hi, Starting today (Sept 1) Barbara Brackman has started a new blog about the War of 1812. See it at: http://quilt1812warandpiecing.blogspot.com/
Virginia
Sep 1, 2011
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New pics in Kimber's folder

Hi everyone, Just an fyi to let you know that my latest quilt book editing project will soon be out and might be of interest to group members. It features
ashtonhouseheirlooms
Jun 27, 2011
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Froncie Quinn reproduction quilt

Hi everybody, Just joined the group and uploaded a picture of one of Froncie Quinn's reproduction quilts that I took last year when she was speaking at the
ashtonhouseheirlooms
Jun 20, 2011
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Paducah doll quilt

Before we even left Iowa, I had purchased 4 doll quilts, a doll dress, and a Child's wash tub stand! At our first stop in Paducah, the Rotary club, I found
margequilts
May 7, 2011
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I'd love to hear about the personal history of the quilt - family, etc.
MARY MILLER
Apr 25, 2011
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Re: Rhode Island Quilt

Actually, it was as guy who purchsed this quilt and it is early 1800. Here are a couple of links to his blog with more pictures and details.
Virginia Berger
Apr 23, 2011
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Rhode Island Quilt

Recently a lady purchased this quilt on ebay and paid over 5000. It is polished cotton and I think it was 1800's. VA might remember it better than I.
margequilts
Apr 23, 2011
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