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    No further posts please- thread fromm 2009

    mummamills
    Wed Feb 18, 2009 3:41 am
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    Hi all,
    I have been approached by two different friends who want to help the fire victims in a tangible way. Money gets used for the necessary things, and thats great, but these people have lost their links to their past.

    Cathy in Childers wants to put together a cookbook, cause she said that so many people will have lost all their cookbooks, including the ones from mum and Grandma.
    She wants to make up a cookbook to give to each family in the bushfire area.
    I think she should also sell some to raise the money to pay for the printing icon_smile.gif
    I feel she is looking for the old fashioned comfort foods, as opposed to "gordon Blue" stuff
    I have sent her my recipes, and also sent an email to all my non-zaar friends, telling them to do the same.


    Derris in Tasmania is part of a very very keen quilters group.
    They are asking for any patchwork squares, unfinished bits and pieces, and probably material and notions.
    They have a heap of Polar Fleecy, and they intend to make a quilt for every child in the fire area.
    This is a 12 month project, but then, many of these kids wont have a bedroom they can call their own for a year!

    So, this is a chance to help out, and it will cost nothing but time, and maybe postage icon_smile.gif
    I cant put their address here, but if you want more info, you can zaar mail me.
    if you cant zaar mail me, maybe you can ask Peter of Jewels to pass the message on.
    (sorry guys)
    I am not rich, and cant give heaps of money, a few minutes to cut and paste a few recipes is fine.
    Going thru my "fabric stash" and finding a few UFO's , I can do icon_smile.gif

    I dont know if its legal, but I will post this in the "crafty" forum as well icon_smile.gif



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    I'mPat
    Wed Feb 18, 2009 6:31 am
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    O'kay mummamills I have Zmailed you I'll be in on the recipe side but can't help on the quilt side (wouldn't know were to start). On second thought I have had an idea so send me the details for that too.


    Pat
    mummamills
    Wed Feb 25, 2009 2:58 am
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    thanks Pat and Fairynuff, I am not at home at the moment, be home in a few days and will send details of the Tassie Quilters.
    Chef floWer
    Wed Feb 25, 2009 3:58 am
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    mumma, I e-mailied you a recipe.. Let me know if this is suitable..
    mummamills
    Wed Feb 25, 2009 4:27 am
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    Chef floWer wrote:
    mumma, I e-mailied you a recipe.. Let me know if this is suitable..


    its fine sweets, will send it on tomorrow when I get home.
    RubberDucky AU
    Fri Feb 27, 2009 10:53 pm
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    Mumma I am not able to zmail you cos I am not a member, but feel free to zmail me.
    mummamills
    Sun Mar 08, 2009 7:27 am
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    just thought I would let you know that the Tassie girls doing the quilts have been run off their feet with donations, and they are urging people to contact a local quilting group in Oz, as most of the groups are making quilts for for victims.

    Apparently they want to make 10,000 quilts icon_eek.gif icon_eek.gif
    Chef #2619007
    Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:31 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am a quilter in Qld but have the option of coming to Tassie next month and would love to join other quilters making quilts for the fire victims. Flying down so it would be hard to bring a sewing machine. Happy to help anyway I can. Have accomodation in Franklin, but Husband will be going to Hobart for the Wooden boat festival. We have transport. Margaret.
    **Jubes**
    Mon Jan 07, 2013 4:25 am
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    This is a very old thread (2009) and not to do with the current bushfires in Tasmania.
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