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Thread: Gram's joy; teaching a GD to sew

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    This is indeed one of lifes' small pleasures and will create wonderful memories for her for her entire life.

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    Oh how cool OK! How fun to see such joy in a little one. So glad she has you as a grandma!
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    Just look at that smile!!!! (The li'le quilt is precious too.)
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    What a terrific post....how cool to have a GD to teach! (sigh...maybe one day for me). What a fast learner too! Great projects, looks like we have another "quilter to be". Thanks for sharing your joy....heartwarming.

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    OK what a beautiful GD you have and how much fun is it to teach the young ones how to sew, just watch out for your stash
    Karen

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    How wonderful. I have 2 nephews 10 and 4 . ,when I purchased a no 400 quilting machine. They came with me and listened to my how it works. When I got them home I started dinner leaving them to undo the machine . Next minute I could hear sewing. They had set the machine up and having a good go. Since then they have asked to learn how to knit and I had the sandwiching and quilting their quilts after they designed them. There are teenagers now with other interests but they can both sew. No children of my own so I must make do with this love the crunchie.
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