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Marinda Drake
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Awesome blog Mo. Life is really about going back to the basics. Learning new crafts. It is such good therapy and so rewarding to see something you have made with your hands come together and giving pleasure to someone. Looking forward to see the finished quilts.

Mo Groch
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Thank you Marinda!
It was a privilege and great fun to be one of the group!
Mo

Jill Grady
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That’s really fantastic Gogo Mo, I can’t wait to see the beautiful quilts that you are all creating! My Grandmother enjoyed making quilts and I have some beautiful ones that she made, lovingly stitch by stitch. I think she found it not only enjoyable to quilt, but also a relaxing, stress-relieving time when she could get together with friends and enjoy working together on something that they all loved to do. I look forward to your follow up blog and to see what you have all created!

Mo Groch
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Will definitely send pictures!

Bronwyn
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Mo you have long been a hero!!
The women of Londolozi are some of the greatest teachers… and my mom in law has a heart like few I have met- what a gift to come together and create- thank you to all for the magic energy…

Mo Groch
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My gift was being part of the group and working and laughing with my friend Jane!

Rich Laburn
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Great story Mo thanks for sharing and for the lessons you have learnt.

Mo Groch
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Pleasure Rich – spending time with your mom was a treat!

Jenifer Westphal
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So beautiful! So why I love the blog – I can’t be there in person but I can be there though your story and photos! I’m imaging the energy and power created by the beauty of quilting with all you amazing women! Thank you always for sharing Gogo your insight and learning. Such a gift for us all!

Wendy Hawkins
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Nice to see you on the blog Mo! Quilts will never die & there is a very big quilters guild that involves all kinds of people from all quarters, so I hope we will see your creations.

Mo Groch
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Thank you Jennifer! I is a great gift for me working with and learning from the incredible women of Londolozi! Wish you lived closer and could join us!

Kate Collins
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Mo, thank you so much for sharing the lessons that you learnt. I love being part of this team of inspirational women and seeing the enthusiasm they have to learn new skills. Thank you as well to the workshop teachers for sharing their knowledge with others.

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