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Thread: Alameda County Fair Entries

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    Super Member pastimesquiltdesign's Avatar
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    Absolutely love the Grandmother's Flower Garden. Is it a mini? Peggy
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    Love your crocheted figures - headless horseman?? And your minis are adorable. I wish you great success at the fair and thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks for the GL wishes. The GFG is a mini

    And yup that's a headless horseman. All 3 are......I believe its called free style? Where you make up the pattern as you go along?

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    Your entries are very nice! The deep red/burgundy is pretty. I loved going to the Alameda Cty Fair when we lived in Pleasanton. That is where I first saw the Elna Carina that I own. Great memories!

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    Very nice!

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    Oh I remember the race track there. I loved going for the day and watching the horses. What a pretty track it was.

    I hope you win with your entries. THey are cute.
    RedGarnet222

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    Very cute. I hope you had luck with them.
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    My daughter and son-in-law live in Dublin, CA. Will be visiting in November --- their first baby is due in October. The name of the fair caught my eye.

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