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Thread: DD's first completed quilt top

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    My DD finished her first quilt top this weekend. She is so proud of it! I think she did an awesome job! Then, of course, she started in on a new one. LOL She has quickly outgrown the little Janome Mini I bought her and we're now trading off time on my 6600.

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    She did a great job. You birthed a quilting bud...lucky you :D

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    We have loads of fun up in my sewing room. DH says we act more like best friends instead of Mom and Daughter. I'll miss her when she goes off to college in August, so I'm creating lots of fun memories now.


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    Good for her!

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    WOW! That is so cool. I love it.... I bet she had a fantastic teacher :wink:

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    I LOVE to see Mom's and daughters enjoying quilting together, you are so lucky to be able to share a lovely hobby together Lori!!

    Tell your daughter that she has made a real beauty there!!

    Maybe you need to think about getting her another machine to take to college so she can keep up the progress :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    I LOVE to see Mom's and daughters enjoying quilting together, you are so lucky to be able to share a lovely hobby together Lori!!

    Tell your daughter that she has made a real beauty there!!

    Maybe you need to think about getting her another machine to take to college so she can keep up the progress :D

    I thought about that, but she will be in the school of music and will be carrying a very heavy load along with marching band, pep band, brass quartet, etc, etc.... We decided she'd do the majority of her quilting when she's home on breaks, but she would like to learn to do hand-piecing so she has little things to work on when she ever has down time. She also said she would like to learn to knit, but I've never learned so she's on her own on that one. :oops:



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    She did an awesome job! But, then again, she has a great teacher!

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    What a great job she did!!! Looks like you're going to have to buy her another machine.LOL

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    She's a natural, how pretty and she certainly looks proud!

    (better hide your stash.....quick....I think she's got the
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