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I was asked by   three friends to teach them to piece quilts at my home. The group has now   grown to 8 stitchers of all ages who enjoy sewing and traveling to quilt   shops together. Four members of the group have even traveled to your shop in   Winterset. We live in a rural community with our closest quilt shop being 70   miles away, so every trip has to count and is always an adventure. We read   about Quilts of Valor and began making plans for a quilt to send to Walter   Reed Hospital. In the process of making our quilt, a soldier from our town   was seriously injured in Iraq during his second tour of duty. It was decided   that our quilt would go to him. He was able to be in town during the   Thanksgiving holiday so we met with him and his family to present him his quilt.   We named it the Star of Freedom. The pattern is Liz's One-Block   Wonder taken from the September/October 2007 issue   of <
Pat Hess

I was asked by three friends to teach them to piece quilts at my home. The group has now grown to 8 stitchers of all ages who enjoy sewing and traveling to quilt shops together. Four members of the group have even traveled to your shop in Winterset. We live in a rural community with our closest quilt shop being 70 miles away, so every trip has to count and is always an adventure. We read about Quilts of Valor and began making plans for a quilt to send to Walter Reed Hospital. In the process of making our quilt, a soldier from our town was seriously injured in Iraq during his second tour of duty. It was decided that our quilt would go to him. He was able to be in town during the Thanksgiving holiday so we met with him and his family to present him his quilt. We named it the Star of Freedom. The pattern is Liz's One-Block Wonder taken from the September/October 2007 issue of <

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