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Friday, December 14, 2012

A thank you note (and my 300th post)

What a nice topic for my 300th blogpost!

Like many other quiltmakers, I donate quilts to community organizations for fundraising events.  This fall I donated A Little Bit Liberated to Literacy Volunteers.  This lovely note arrived in my library e-mailbox this week.

Greetings Nann,
I am writing to thank you for the wonderful quilt you donated to the Literacy Volunteers of Lake County. On the day of the walk, I was the lucky winner of that beautiful piece of handwork. My granddaughter and I enjoy looking for matching squares. It keeps me comfortably warm on the evenings I am home relaxing. It is being put to very good use.
Thank you for sharing your talent and giving me a very special gift.
Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
J____ B____, Board Member of LVLC


  1. Awwww ... how wonderful is that?!? A thank-you note from a recipient. What a treasure - I think perhaps as much a treasure as the quilt you made. Blessings!

  2. How nice and congrats for your 300th post. Now where oh where does the time go? lol Jane
    PS: Our guild's raffle quilt proceeds are going to the Literacy Volunteer Group in our area. Great organization.


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