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Wounded Warrior Quilts

Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Finally made a trip to the Camp Pendleton Wounded Warrior Battalion to deliver quilts. After my weekly odyssey there every week during tax season I was going through withdrawals, not hopping in the truck every Wednesday. Funny how patterns can be so easily established and difficult to break. Things are sure humming there. Construction on […]

Pattern for Wounded Warrior Block

Friday, June 5th, 2009

Click on the link below for the instructions for the Stars and Bars block for the wounded warriors project. Stars and Bars Block

Wounded Warrior Updates

Monday, April 27th, 2009

Just woke up from a week of recuperative power naps and **finally** am getting this newsletter out. The last tax trip I made to WWB was on the day before deadline and also got some beautiful quilts delivered. Janis T of Thousand Oaks CA sent two beauties. Yes, I know the date on my camera […]

Wounded Warrior Updates

Monday, March 23rd, 2009

No quilts to show this time. I did make a delivery of two boxes shipped to me from Alanna from Malibu. She doesn’t quilt, but instead sends morale booster boxes for the little Marines out there. This time there were oodles of Easter and bunny rabbit theme books, puzzles, toys and a cake topper complete […]

Wounded Warrior Quilts

Monday, February 9th, 2009

Another trip to the USMC base Wounded Warrior Battalion!! This time I took all from some folks and partial trip from others, as I’m pretty occupied with doing taxes for the Marines, but I manage to slip in photos during lunch time. News: there are currently about 60 residents and clearly not all of them […]

Wounded Warrior Quilts

Friday, January 16th, 2009

Here are the latest quilts Lavella is sending to the wounded warriors project.

Wounded Warriors News and Quilts

Saturday, October 25th, 2008

By Therese Thomas Sorry for the long time between email newsletters.  Fall is supposed to be a fun and relaxing time of preparation for the winter, right?  Instead I was hefting LOTS of wood, getting posts and 20 foot long rails primed and painted for installation.  My neighbors horses ATE 300 feet of wood fencing.  […]