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Thread: Spring Chick Quilt - Thanks to my testers!

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    Senior Member Canada Kate's Avatar
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    Like all the "chicks" above, I think these are really cute. Good work, everyone!
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    All are really special! Great job!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    You are so welcome, it's a really cute pattern. I see you've been working on your web page and the pattern's up now on etsy, good for you! I admire you members who are so computer literate!

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    Chalk up another one for "TOO DARN CUTE". BrendaK
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    So cute, they would sure look good in a placemats for Easter.

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    That is so very cute.
    Malega K.

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    OK Peach, Chick is roughly 32x40". That's a BIG placemat!
    Elaine, can I tell you how much I hate godaddy? Since I spent the money to host the site for 2 years, I've found that even professional web designers run screaming in terror at the mere mention of godaddy!
    Not to mention that I had to get a Pinterest page, a Facebook page, the etsy and eBay listings and now a new twitter account for Barn Babies-and make them all play nicely together. YUCK! I could've designed another couple of patterns by now!

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