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  1. lmwinfree@centurytel.net's Avatar
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    Simply beautiful
  2. drsuzy's Avatar
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    I so love scrappy quilts!
  3. lpsewing's Avatar
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    totally gorgeous ....looks very Spring !!
  4. alrididn's Avatar
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    What a beautiful quilt.
  5. SoBuzy's Avatar
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    I love, love, love your scrappy quilts!! What lucky family members!!!
  6. SunbonnetSmart.com's Avatar
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    Hello there, Kubby343434! Wow! I love these. So bright and cheerful. And you did a great job of making them match, and yet be different so each twin will know her own. The blue circle tells the tale! :) So sweet. Much Love, Fondly, Robin
  7. buckingtrout's Avatar
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    You did a great job on these. Someday, I too will learn how to do the free motion quilting I see on these quilts... I'm still into loops and swirls, haven't gotten to doing stars or other shapes.
  8. buckingtrout's Avatar
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    Thanks for posting photo of the chinese coins quilt... was running out of ideas on how to use up all the plaid shirt fabric I have in stash. Didn't think of using them this way. Great quilts.
  9. CyndyK's Avatar
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    They are just adorable! I'm sure the mom will love them....and the girls will, too when they get older.
  10. Ducky's Avatar
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    Those are so sweet! How big did they turn out to be?
  11. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Nice job. I really like the second one. Chinese coins, I love the fabrics you used. Way to go. Your getting a lot done.
  12. jkretz's Avatar
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    I think that you did a wonderful job on it. I like black and whit prints, but the hot pink flowers are perfect. I really like your ideas of the way that you plan to quilt it, too. Don't you just love when we are volunteered for things that take more time and effort than the person who volunteered you realize. On the other hand you could always rub it in that you worked soo hard and long to get it done so that that person doesn't end up with egg on their face when you don't have the time to complete the quilt as a gift from ya'll.

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