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Thread: second Mini Dresden finished

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    second Mini Dresden finished

    Hi all

    been gone for quite a while. Was very bussy but always had the board on my mind.
    I quilted my second mini Dresden during my stay in Sri Lanka and finally made the binding. My dream right now is that my granddaughter will wrap her doll with this quilt one day.................but maybe I will get the fifth grandson end of September!?
    The quilt measures 20 x 20 inches and I think this is the smallest size dresden can be made accurate? But I thought that at the time I made the first one for QuiltE also..............:-)

    Granny
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    What a lucky little girl if she gets to wrap her dolly in that treasure!

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    wow, fantastic mini
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    That is adorable, any little girl would love to have it. Thanks for sharing.
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    This is wonderful !! What a charming gift !!
    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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    looks like your blocks were not all the same type of quilting.. nice idea ! yes?
    Sometimes you just have to sit in a chair and jog in order to get anywhere.
    Ell

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    This is adorable you did an oustanding job those dresdens are so small. You applique is beautiful
    ​Christine

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    What a beauty! Your piecing and quilting are awsome.

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    your work always makes my heart sing. So lovely.
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    Love your Mini Dresden!

    Just in case you have another grandson, I'm a big girl with a doll, HINT_HINT!

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