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Thread: Three minis of three lap quilts for three "kids"

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    Very nice minis and enjoyed your story.

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    Well those are cute. They look good hanging there. Great idea.
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    They are all beautiful, well done.
    God Bless you all.
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    Thank you!

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    Sheri R, Love your quote above about letting the "middle sag". Ha! Actually, I could add (for me) "like so much of your torso."

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    Great job!!! All are pretty! I bet the kids love them too. All three of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    nicely done... i like the middle one the best.
    The middle one was the first lap quilt, and the last mini quilt... I used a piped binding that our instructor had sent me a link to... maybe...probably...from this site. Anyway, the tutorial was easy to follow and I do think it makes the quilt a stand out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    Very pretty. I don't have patience to do mini's. You have done a great job on them.
    Thank you. I had just enough scraps to do these, and besides at the initial concept stage I needed so much practice on getting my 1/4 inch seams to be consistent. Since minis are less forgiving, it seemed a good discipline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma Peg View Post
    Very nice minis and enjoyed your story.
    Thank you. I can hardly wait for the more distant sons to come in and notice them. Of course, with sons, they may notice or not, and never say a word. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    Great job!!! All are pretty! I bet the kids love them too. All three of them!
    I kept construction of these under wraps until now, except my daughter caught me in the act (without comment). I think she may have thought I was making them to give to her, but (surprise, surprise) I was not!

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