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Thread: second Mini Dresden ready for quilting.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by ube quilting View Post
    All I can do is laugh. You have to be kidding! Really, this is so over the top fabulous. Where can I see your first one?
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    I hope it's ok for me to post this link to granny's first mini. It's just as fabulous, like granny.

    Swiss Granny_59's MINI overtakes full size quilts at Canadian Fair!!!
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    Beautiful job!

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    I love your quilt Dresden's are my favorite but I've never seen that size but I love it. Sue

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    Quote Originally Posted by SheriR View Post
    I hope it's ok for me to post this link to granny's first mini. It's just as fabulous, like granny.

    Swiss Granny_59's MINI overtakes full size quilts at Canadian Fair!!!

    Well ... not her first Mini ... just her first Dresden Mini.

    I keep calling this one her Micro Mini, being that the plates are smaller still than the Mini in this link!

    Take time and stalk her ... and check out her other incredible work. Especially her two Teddy Bear Quilts ... filled with minis within the quilts!
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    Wow!! I m so impressed!! This is so beautiful!

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    Beautiful I love Dresdens and the mini's are so cute.

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    masterpiece !!!!
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    I didn't read all the replys written since it is after midnight, but I want to suggest to you and others - a good way to press
    in those difficult places is to put the fabric on the edge of the ironing board and do those spots with the tip of the iron. I just love your little quilt. I haven't tried a small one yet. Have Mother's little one framed inbetween glass, fabric from the late
    1800's but made in about 1920. I included a little note. She lived to be 92, passing in 2004. Miss her dearly.

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    FANTASTIC work
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    OMG...your work is beautiful. I cannot image piecing/appliqueing something that small. Great job!!
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