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Sarah

I have wanted to learn how to embroider for years. I inherited my Mom's embroidery supplies a few years ago and have tried to teach myself a few times but never stuck with it. Thanks to you, I want a State Flower Quilt...I'm going to learn how to embroider!

I haven't read all of the comments on the flower squares, so someone may have already suggested this: Write a book on the quilt! Your stories behind the flowers are as lovley as the flowers themselves.

Thank you!

Muriel

merci de france pour vos modeles amitiees

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I have a mock orange in my garden, that I planted because I love my friend Nancy's. Mine has never bloomed! I don't know why. I need to study up on it. Nancy brings me big bunches that she cuts from her bush, and the smell is heavenly. I can't think of anything that smells quite like it.

Lilacs though, are one of my favorite flowers, and a favorite scent. It's the scent I wear from time to time.

This quilt is going to be a real treasure Vicki. So much work as gone into it, and your chronicle of making it, will make it even more special.

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