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Thread: batik for a teen boy

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    Senior Member QuiltinLee's Avatar
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    Great quilt!! And lovely story.

    I told my kids that what was wrong with their generation was that my generation had too good of drugs (that shut them up real quick -- trying to figure out if I was one of the ones doing the drugs -- and I'll never tell) :D

    Lee

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    quiltinlee,
    LOL i won't tell if you don't :wink: :!: :wink: :!:

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    beautiful quilt good job I'm sure your grandson will treasure it for many years to come.

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    That's a very nice quilt. he won't outgrow it!

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    Striking is a good word. Probably much better than pretty. I don't think that word would settle too well on a young man's posession. :lol:

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    Great quilt. The black makes it pop.
    Boys or Grandsons love quilts too.
    I made my two oldest grandson a quilt each out of just cotton knit like tee
    shirt material ( a friend that worked in a shirt factory got lots of the fabric when they made tee shirts) I just cut 6 " squares of 2 different fabrics and just made rows and backed it with the same fabric and stiched in the ditch.
    They loved them! They are now 24 and 22 and still have those quilts. The more they are washed the softer they get.

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