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Thread: First Doll Quilt WIP

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    First Doll Quilt WIP

    Joined the June Doll Quilt Swap, but turned out my partner needed to back out after I had already started her quilt so I just went ahead with it. In the process of making red prairie points which will be between the edge and the outermost off white border and will bind with blue. These are 3 1/2-inch NYB blocks
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    From the artist formerly known as Missus Fear...Hi, my name is Tracy and I am a hobbyaholic.
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    That is just stunning. Great work!
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    Neat little top!!
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    That's going to be darling. So much work for something so small!

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    nicely done
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    This is a keeper! I enjoyed the DQ swap when I participated. Hope you stay with it for a while.
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    It is fantastic. I'm sure she regrets dropping out.

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    Wow! I can't even imagine.

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    Wow! Awesome little quilt. You did wonderful work.

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    That is fantastic! Where did you get a pattern for the 3" block?
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