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Thread: Dolly Quilts

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    Super Member Boston1954's Avatar
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    These are some of the 16 Dolly Quilts that I have made for our church bazaar in November. They are quick and easy, AND I may have about 20 or more by the time the sale gets here.

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    Very cute! I bet they are fun to whip out!

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    Ohhh those are way cute!!! Church bazaars are always soo much fun to go to!! Are you raising funds for anything specific?

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    They sure are. There are only 80 little squares in each one and if I do stack and whack it goes very fast. I hand quilted 6 and machine quilted some others. The hand quilting takes about 7 hours. The machine takes about 10 minutes. Soooooooooo nice.
    Anne

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    I do not know how the money will be used, but I am proud to help so that our church can maybe do something nice for someone in town who may need it.

    Anne

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    Anne, such a wonderful and selfless thing you're doing!! And the dolly quilts are just adorable!

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    Thanks Lisa. I am hopeful that I can get a couple of photos of the kids that the people may buy them for. I have a collection of pictures of the quilts I have made and the people I have given them to. I am already thinking of how I want to display them. I plan to get a little doll, and maybe Jim can make a little wooden bed. I will put one quilt over the doll. AND I want to make a sign that says "Made in the USA. No Lead!!" (a reference to the toys that are coming out of China.)

    Anne

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    Those are so cute..I'mm gonna have to try my hand at that..."no lead is cute" good luck with your sale!

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    Very adorable!! :)

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    cute, cute!

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