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Thread: finding more tops

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    Glad you found them!
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    Now you have the inspiration to get to it!
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    WOW! They look wonderful!

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    lol,they are still in the to be quilted pile.thanks for all the compliments
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    Fancy hiding your works of art away in the cupboard. Please hurry and get them finished so we can see them in all their glory1

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    you will really like them when you get them quilted. you stayed with the muted tones in tghe 2nd and 3rd quilts so well. the 1st one is a fun and happy quilt.
    enjoyed reading this site..love to sew. quilted for 47 yrs and still love it & learning new ideas

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    The last two do scream the 80's, don't they?! they have an awesome retro-ness to them!! I like them a lot!

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    I haven't found any completed tops stored away but yesterday I did find a bunch of blocks in the pattern of the first quilt you posted. Think with the addition of some borders they will make a nice dolly quilt. Each year around Thanksgiving my Guild gives about 40 or so dolly quilts to a local seniors group. They pair the little quilts with dolls and teddy bears as gifts for the Head Start Kids in their town. I like making dolly quilts from leftover blocks, it goes quickly and I feel that I've accomplished something. May in Jersey

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