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#1 posted 12-26-2009 07:32 PM

I think if you are looking for any grain continuity at all or even color matching of the same species of wood you are going to be disappointed. The idea is actually pretty cool… I know my mother does something like that for her quilts. She will make up one square maybe 15 times, but others will make up their square 15 times as well, and each person is sent one of the squares… Each person then will make a full quilt ending up with 15 separate quilts.
That could work as well for your idea, albeit a bit more expensive since 15 things are getting produced, but then again, that is 15x the charity donations too LOL.

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