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Thread: more inherited Quilt tops

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    Super Member oksewglad's Avatar
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    Again kudos!
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    Keep digging..........They just get better and better. I am also GREEN with envy.

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    thank you everyone!

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    Wow! just amazing that no one in her family wanted to keep any of these. By the way the 7th quilt in the first post was the same pattern as the top I bought over the weekend. What size are the quilt tops? So glad you rescued them.

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    Looks like a couple are twin size... and some full and then I believe one is a queen.. I haven't really measured any yet, but by looking at them that is what it seems!

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    terrific quilts!
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    ​Oh my goodness, what beautiful quilts. Thanks for sharing. You have work ahead of you finishing them.

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    Love the way your quilting the Grandmothers Flower Garden. I have been hand sewing one for about three years. When I finish I think it will be quilted in that same way. The lone star is beautiful too. Love the colors. Man I just can't imagine having so many tops to finish. Thank you for the eye candy.

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    They are beautiful!

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    Just lovely.

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