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SEW WHAT? - Blanketeer, Norma Bryd, 74, of Citrus Heights shows her completed quilt to a Project Linus sewing group gathered at St. Patrick's Church on January 10th. When a blanket is completed, a bell is rung and the seamstress stands and shows her project to the group. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

Prospecting

Blanketeers have sew much fun

By From page B2 | January 30, 2013

The whirring sounds of almost 50 portable sewing machines competed with the voices of very busy women in Gurnell Hall at St. Patrick Catholic Church in Placerville on Thursday. It was a monster blanket-making event with the Sacramento area chapter of Project Linus.

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