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Fabric stash left in the recent death of a quilter 08 Nov 2019 12:00 #146288

  • LadyRags
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Anywhere where they donate quilts .... ...

I have already written a codicil to my will that has my daughter allowing her to have first choice of fabric and notions... then several of my girlfriends then the guilds / sewing bees I belong to ...

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QUILTS FOR KIDS
MIRACLE QUILTS ( for Veterans) in Oxford MI
Quilts of Valor
St Jude's sewing groups

More local donation areas in our home town ... I belong to several groups that donate to local fire / police stations and local shelters and charities.
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Fabric stash left in the recent death of a quilter 04 Nov 2019 13:33 #146275

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Quilts of Valor, Church groups, if I knew the area he lives in, I’d be glad to give better suggestions.
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Fabric stash left in the recent death of a quilter 04 Nov 2019 12:57 #146274

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If she belonged to a quilting group or quilting guild, I would start there. They would recognize the value of the stash. Most guilds do charity quilts as well, so none of it would go to waste.
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Fabric stash left in the recent death of a quilter 04 Nov 2019 12:40 #146273

:( What can I recommend to the widower? Where can he take the fabric where it will get good use?
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