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Thread: Teaching Granddaughter, 15 , to quilt

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    Super Member kriscraft99's Avatar
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    Haley is a little Debbie look-a-like ;)

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    Senior Member YukonViv's Avatar
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    Yay!!! How much fun is that!

    I spent some enjoyable time with my daughters this week sewing as well. (pics on my blog: www.quiltingunderthemidnightsun.blogspot.com )

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    Senior Member Honeynga's Avatar
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    It would be most difficult to teach my 16 GD to quilt because one had is glued to a phone.......IF I mentioned to her that I wanted to teach her to quilt the eye rolls would be never ending I'm sure ! THAT branch of my family have no interest whatsoever in anything to do with a needle and thread; NOW, if I wanted to help her with her batting and pitching she would be all over me !

    Good luck and I'm a bit jealous.

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    Super Member Scrap Happy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by debbieumphress
    Quote Originally Posted by SnowQuilt
    I taught my 10 year old dgd to quilt. She went to my stash and chose the colors, sewed all the strips together and I quilted it and did the binding. She lives in TX so I don't get to be with her as often as I like. She made a doll quilt for her American Doll. We had a great time together, I just wish she lived closer so we could work together more. She really loved it,and so did I, I really loved spending the time with her. Here is the link if you would like to see it.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-131761-1.htm :)
    Hope you don't mind, I brought the pictures here. Wish I had Katharine's first but it's at her house. I have no idea where the pictures are stored. Thanks for posting. Great quilt.
    She did a beautiful job on this quilt!!

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