quilt display, post 2

A better view of the church left hand side--every surface covered with quilts. The rest, groups of the right hand side--apparently there is a limit to how many pics I can post. If you really haven't seen enough (there are 20 total pics) then you are welcome to look at my yahoo photo album dated 2006-08-19.

A few of these have been posted on my blog before and you may remember them--some you have not. Some tops were shared by friends here in the ring so I hope you enjoy looking at the finished product.

See the preceeding post for the "rest of story"


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  1. What terrific photos for a terrific cause. I bet it was extra fun to see them all in person. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. looks like you enjoyed yourself!

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  3. I am in awe! I think this is what heaven looks like ;) well for quilters anyway LOL xoxo melzie

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  4. What a wonderful display and what a wonderful gift for the girls. You should be very proud of your efforts.

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  5. I have been looking forward to seeing these pictures! What a grand quilt show! Beautiful! Does your local newspaper do an article on the good works that your group is doing? They should be doing a feature on you. Thanks for sharing with your friends in blog land!

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  6. Wow! Oh My! absolutely wonderful- you've mentioned numbers, but to SEE them all out at one time in one place is incredible. What a job you ladies have done.....oh my, wow!!

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  7. I love seeing them all out like this- a grand quilt show for sure Linda

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  8. First there was one, then two and look what happened! So wonderful.

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  9. Thanks so much for sharing this fabulous "show" of quilts. They will bless those lucky enough to receive one and it's almost over-whelming to see them all together. God bless you for all your wonderful work.

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  10. Wow, that's surely a labor of love to be proud of! I'm sure all the girls and guys that benefit from a handmade quilt will really enjoy them. :)

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  11. Those are sure pretty all put out like that... lots of quilts to be proud of!

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  12. What a phenomenal display and what a group of ladies you all are to do this for those young people. It's like a heavenly rainbow came down and landed in your church.

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  13. Hi Linda, the quilt display looks wonderful. It must be such a thrill to see them all spread out like that...*VBS* I know I would be thrilled..actually, I am to see several of mine sprinkled in there..*S*

    You and the gals have done an outstanding job! No small task for your small numbers to get so many finished for such good causes. Hugs, Finn

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  14. LJ, each time I see a church decorated with such unselfish gifts...I become so emotional. What a priceless gift to so many, even to me ~ I am so blessed! Thank you for sharing, the pictures speak a 1,000 words, I hope the makers of each quilt knows that their gifts hold a ripple of love and care. Awesome job Bama Belle's...awesome job!!!

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  15. When I opened your blog and said "WOW". What a wonderful display of colorful and beautiful quilts. This is truly a gift of love.

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  16. What a wonderful sight. You are all to be commended for this wonderful work that you do. I know all your receipients will be thrilled. I think you all need to be written up in a magazine. At least send a couple of the pictures to the sharing page in Quilters Newsletter. I think they'd love to publish your "story".

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  17. What a thrill to see all the fruits of your labor displayed so well! Well done to all those participants. I hope all your efforts are appreciated.

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  18. What a wonderful display. Something wonderful to see anywhere you look! That they're all going to a good cause makes it even more special.

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  19. I'm impressed! What a showing of quilts.

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  20. Oh my--you took my breath away! Such beautiful quilts--and hey--I've seen some of those before! :) You and your group should be very proud of yourselves for such a wonderful effort you put out. And to all those who made quilts for your group. I'm so glad you offer a chance for people to see them ALL together and to realize what an impact you are making for a wonderful cause. Congratulations on your efforts--you will be rewarded one day. *G*

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  21. Wow - what an amazing collection of quilts! Quilters are so generous - I see lots of beautiful patterns!

    Cheers!

    Evelyn

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  22. This is a great way to display quilts! Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Lovely photo's and great quilts! What wonderful work you and your group do. Thank you so much for sharing your project with us all.

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  24. What a wonderful way to display an amazing collection of quilts.

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