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Thread: Got it done by the July 4th. It's a miracle.

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    Super Member Delta's Avatar
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    Sweet and you did all 13 stripes. Nice job

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    Looks great.

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    Very cute, great idea.
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    I love it! Love decorating for the 4th of July and this piece is perfect
    Everything in life happens for a reason.

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    Very festive...Great job...

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    I really like that. If you use it as a table topper, is it difficult to sit things on with the fringe?

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    What a cool wall hanging. It is now on my bucket list. I'm going to live until I'm 305 so I can finish all my projects. LOL
    Alma
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    Cool idea!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brendadawg View Post
    I really like that. If you use it as a table topper, is it difficult to sit things on with the fringe?
    Not at all. It is very soft once it is washed a few times.
    Kathleen

    Remember, people will see your quilts long after you are gone....NOT your housework!

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    Love it...I agree with your daughter this would make a wonderful lap quilt

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