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Thread: Graduation Quilts - always fun

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    Graduation Quilts - always fun

    Tee-Shirt and photo quilts are such fun to make. It is a wonderful challenge to capture a person's likes and life passions. I can tell how good a job i have done capturing the person by how many tears and hugs happen when they see the quilt for the first time. The custom quilts are my favorites to make.
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    Shirley
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    May you always have love to share
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    Friends who care.

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    Both are awesome quilts.
    Sandra
    Treat people the way you want to be treated!!

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    I love your use of the zebra fabric with the t-shirts, what fun. Both quilts are great.

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    The young lady loves zebras.
    Shirley
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    Forgot to put the back on

    Here is the back of the Zebra quilt. Had lots of t-shirts and not so much zebra fabric so worked it out.
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    those are terrific.
    Nancy in western NY

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    Great job!!!!

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    Wow love the way the pictures look like they floated out of the frames! Fantastic, thanks for sharing.
    Joyce

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    I loved seeing your t-shirt quilts as I am working on one now. This is my first one. I told my grand daughter to save her shirts through high school and we would work on it when she gratuates. She came over on Memorial Day with a big basket of shirts.
    Jean in MI

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    Awesome job on both!
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