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Debbie Flatt
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  • Ludowici, GA
  • United States
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About Me
Have 2 grown children, and a husband, 4 dogs to keep me company, and our sons cat and snake.
Hobbies and Interests
quilting, paper piecing, hand quilting, machine quilting, embroidery, crazy quilting, gardening, other
My pets are awesome!
Bassett Hound (Daisy), 3 Shih-Tzus-(Alakai, Anastasia and the baby Lil' Mr.)

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July 2012--Time?

Posted on July 1, 2012 at 6:33pm 5 Comments

Well, I did not fulfill my new years resolution and get the stuff done by the end of June. Where did the time go?

I did get a few quilts done and quilted, the wounded warrior quilts are getting quilted for the presentation the end of August. I have about 10 more at my house and a couple of ladies have a few at theirs. again waiting until the time crunch to get them done. they all have to be bound still.

A few gifts has gotten done, but not as many as should have been. It seems…

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New Year New Quilts

Posted on January 11, 2012 at 6:45pm 3 Comments

Almost the middle of Jan 2012. It seems that the days go by faster the older you get. So I guess I need to work a little faster on getting some quilting done.

My resolution for this year is to have all my Christmas gifts that I plan to make done by the end of June. I plan on finishing at least one project a month not including the gifts. My block of the month that we did as a guild will be finished by our FEb. meeting. The mystery quilt I did last March will get finished. The 10 or so…

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Quilts for Wounded Warriors Presentation Ceremony

Posted on April 7, 2011 at 6:45pm 5 Comments

The day has finally arrived that we of the Stars and Stripes Quilt Guild could present our Warriors with the quilts. It was done today at Fort stewart Winn Army Hospital Patriot Auditorium. We presented 10 Quilts for our Wounded Warriors to deserving young men of the 3rd ID. The other quilts will be distributed throughout the Battalion at a later date. We still have many quilts to make to cover many more. There will be other presentations but not as formal as this first one.  A few of the…

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Hubby

Posted on March 10, 2011 at 5:32pm 3 Comments

Thanks for all your prayers for my Husbands recovery. He is fine, although driving me nuts. He has been released to go back to work as of the middle of Feb. He has to watch how much he does at one time. Seems to be doing well. He has been working 2 or 3 days a week, which is fine starting out of the gate again.

I am sorry for the belated update but my excuse is I was working full time and trying to keep it all together while DH was recuping.

Thanks again for all the prayers.

Wounded Soldier Quilt Presentation

Posted on March 10, 2011 at 5:27pm 4 Comments

The date has been set by the WTU (Wounded Soldier Unit) here at Fort Stewart Georgia for the Stars and Stripes Quilt Guild to present our Wounded Warriors their quilts. This has been a year in the progress of things. At first it was to be in Hinesville, that fell through, I contacted Fort Stewart with help from others to get the ball rolling again. Thanks to the ACS Connect and Create Ladies on Fort Stewart the quilts were bound and quite a few tops were done.

The date is April 7 at…

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At 2:30pm on August 21, 2010, Gayle/La. said…
Hi Debbie, hope you will see this and give us an update on your hubby and yourself. I think I will go under the old proverbial saying, "No news is good news". I hope that I am not wrong. Keeping you both in my thoughts and prayers.
At 3:05am on June 19, 2010, Mary johnson said…
Dear Friends

The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!

Go sign up now and let the fun begin.

http://www.stitchingforpink.org/

Hope we see you there

Mary

At 9:44am on May 27, 2009, Joana Simmers/GA said…
Hi Debbie--we are looking at Perry/Warner Robins--very near Macon, and at Dublin. I haven't been to the hospital in Dublin, but have found the folks at Meds by Mail who are based there very nice. We woud move back to north Ga. where we are both from, but the Atlanta VA hospital is AWFUL. It's very difficult to get to, and my husband can't handle the traffic even if someone else drives--too out of control, i guess. We use Lake City and Gainesville in Florida--we love the hospital at Gainesville and that's where he gets most of his care, but it's a 3 hour drive each way. We need to stay in Georgia at least as long as the kids are in college (Hope Scholarships), and i would like to be relatively near until they are firmly on their adult feet. By then i will probably have grandchildren and additional reasons to stay here! I hope all goes will with your house sale and move. I would love to hear from you again.
At 5:06pm on May 26, 2009, Joana Simmers/GA said…
Hey, Debbie--i didn't know it was okay to speak southern to you! We live in Ware county--Waycross. We've been here five years this summer, but are hoping to move up to central Georgia to be nearer a VA hospital for my husband (somewhere within an hour of Dublin). I wish you well with the move--at least you know what to expect about the heat. It will probably be a welcome change for you.
At 7:55am on March 22, 2009, Trevi in Texas said…
Ross is doing so well! Thank you for asking. He had five gamma globulin transfusions last week, one each day Monday thru Friday. This was to boost his immune system. He says he's feeling stronger and he is definitely walking better. I'm so grateful to God. PTL
At 4:49pm on March 20, 2009, Trevi in Texas said…
Let us know how you are doing. Are you healing? We hope you are getting better fast.
At 9:47pm on March 8, 2009, Melzee said…
Debbie-Happy belated birthday. Hope it was good and that you found lots of fabric on your trip to JoAnn's!!
How are things in WI? We went to my MIL on Friday in Wausau and came back yesterday, Saturday. Boy, they still really have the snow up there!! We were in the upper 60's on Thursday, so all of our snow is gone. Although we did have sleet today. A good day to stay inside at the sewing machine!
At 8:18pm on March 7, 2009, Elaine said…
Debbie - There are 5 QOV groups in WI. Go to QOV website and look at the local QOV groups to see if one is near you. Wish there was one in Kentucky. The closes one to me is several hours away. Seriously thought about started a group but decided I couldn't devote the time commitment it would take right now.
Glad to have you online with QOV group.
At 8:43pm on February 26, 2009, Gina Thorsen said…
Hi Debbie - thanks for leaving a note on my page. I wonder if you're in the path of this snowstorm we're getting! My dog is just a 40 pound, lovable mutt! We got her at a no-kill shelter and she is just fabulous!
At 6:52am on February 19, 2009, Sharon Sell said…

You are welcome...what a great idea for a quilt block .. IN GOD WE TRUST!!!! I was thinking along the lines of the constitution and Bible in hand. My pups .. my oldest (11) is Lucky Dog and he is Shit Zu and Maltese ... our Lucy (1) is Cavalier and Maltese. They are both incredibly spoiled but so much fun!! They get along famously. We had our Louie (4 1/2) and he was Shit Zu and Yorkie and was this wonderful sweet pup .. we loved him so!!! He passed away a year ago from an undiagnosed tumor ... will always miss my gentle guy!! Sending some photos!!
 
 
 

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