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Thread: grandson's lst try at quilting.

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    Junior Member quiltingdoe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by serenitybygrace View Post
    Wow! It is very pretty. I'll bet Mom will really treasure this quilt.
    What a wonderful experience for you and your grandsons. That will be a precious memory for years to come.
    Couldn't have said it better! Congrats to you, the boys and their mom. What a treasure!

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    How wonderful of you to help them make this quilt for their Mom. Did she cry, I know that I would have. Very special. BrendaK
    Be kind to yourself, by being kind to others. When you help others you help yourself.

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    yes, she almost cried. i told the GS that men quilt also. and explained how men used to sew grandpa's patches on his leather jackets when he rode motorcycles. and that they made their living at it. etc.

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    Wow....great quilt!!! Love it when the boys get interested.
    Grama Laura

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    Just beautiful, he did a wonderful job, thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    i chose 2 or 3 colors, then let them choose the next color, then the next, etc. with my material standing up on mini boards, they could see what i had.

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