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Hot Flash Tour

Four Wacky Women pooled their Hot Flash Mystery fabrics to make this great quilt. We worked furiously for two days and this is the results. We decided to give it to Melissa Picha, the owner of The Compass Center. She sponsered a great shop hop which ended with a great musical....Menapause The Musical in Dallas. We have never laughed so hard. If you haven't seen it, please go!
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Greenmare said…
wow that quilt is certainly a HOT flash!!!! you gals did a terrific job with it! And how sweet of you to give it to your quilt shop owner.
Nicely done!!!
Kathy Wagner said…
This is a glorious quilt! Wow - what a burst of colour energy!
Alison said…
What a beautiful quilt--and a perfect name for it. I laughed out loud at the name--I love it! I love your blog--I'm posting a link to it on mine right now.

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