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Thread: My 6 yr old Granddaughter and my quilt project...

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    How beautiful and touching, Slimply by watching her grandma, she caught every stitch, She will have something to to tell and share with her children. BEAUTIFUL.

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    My DGD has been wanting to 'help' me sew .. . . so I let her. She did a pretty good job for her first try. We were working on blocks and I didn't have to unsew. :mrgreen:
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    how precious, you girls make me wish mine were closer than 2 hrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grammy Dwynn
    My DGD has been wanting to 'help' me sew .. . . so I let her. She did a pretty good job for her first try. We were working on blocks and I didn't have to unsew. :mrgreen:
    That is so cute :lol: It's amazing how much interest they have in it just because we do it...

    However looking back it is the reason I started quilting.. My Grandma watched me while my Mom worked and she quilted along with my Great Grandma.. I got my first sewing basket from them... That is some of my happiest memories.. Hopefully it will be the same for our little ones... Warm memories and traditions passed on :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    how precious, you girls make me wish mine were closer than 2 hrs.
    It is great having her so close... I love it.. I do not have to play "Mommy" because she has a really good one.. I have alot more freedom to enjoy her without all the day to day pressures that come with raising a child....Then it also helps my DD.. When my GD is with me she can clean house or just take a buble bath and relax..

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    I saw a bumper sticker that said " if I'd known grandkids were so much fun I would have had them first"!

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    grammy Dwynn, How precious! Please thank her for letting you post her picture, and please let her know that we would all love to see a picture of her quilt when it is done :D :D :D
    Being a grandparent is a joy, like it was said previously, we get to have all the fun. I know that I enjoy my grands and I cherish all the time I get to spend with them, too :D

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    Aww, how precious! Thank you for posting. She is a spitting image of an avid sewer. She seems to enjoy it! What a proud moment! :)

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