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    It isn't quilted, but...

    Please indulge a proud grandma. This is my 9-year-old DGD with her latest project. Now she is wanting a new machine. Apparently she isn't thrilled with using a 30+ year old machine.
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    That is super cute. Let the machine hunt begin :-)
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    I'm with Mamabear. How I wish I could have that kind of fun! Nothing wrong with wanting your own. She'll learn and find out she may still need to borrow yours.
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    That is super cute. Let the machine hunt begin :-)

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    She did well on her latest project. I can stuff a turkey but have never been able to stuff a toy!

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    That is adorable and big!!! newer machines can be soooo complicated and expensive with computers and all. Sometimes older machines are wonderful to use. Besides you can't have everything!

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    I love her project and I must ask - where did you get the pattern? Perhaps you can share that information with us - I think your grand daughter is a born sewer - its nice to pass on the skills to the younger generation.

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    Lovely! I wish my granddaughter were interested in sewing, but she is into so many activities her first year in HS that she doesn't have time, even if she were interested.

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    Wow! Very impressive!
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    That. Is. Adorable! Congrats to you both!

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    Excellent job. WOW!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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