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Thread: UFO -- finally pieced but not quilted

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    Senior Member crafterrn1's Avatar
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    Nice! So great to have a speacil helper! I miss my Mom helping me. Sh is very fragile as of late and also leagelly blind. She was a painter and knitter. Always had something to do! Guess I get it from her. Idle Hands are the Devils Workshop! Luann in CT
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    Very beautiful, I like the butterflies.
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    It's lovely! Enjoyed your story so much about your dad and how he enjoys ironing and helping you. You both make a great team!
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    awwww..Beautiful quilt, but even sweeter that your Dad helps out! I miss my Dad a lot He died in 2007. I am happy you are spending time you both enjoy together

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    Like how you very creatively rescued your UFO! I have some that need that too...shall I send them to you? LOL!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    It's lovely! Enjoyed your story so much about your dad and how he enjoys ironing and helping you. You both make a great team!
    That story is so sweet... a real "awwwwwwwwwwww" moment. And I love your quilt. The diamond blocks are great & the butterfly blocks are the perfect addition! Great job!
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    How fun. The quilt is striking. I like it. And hey...teach your dad to long arm.
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    Dad did try the long arm once and I think the would do a small quilt if we challenged him to do it....but first we have to challenge ourselves to do once (gulp) .

    He's already helping get another set of blocks "squared" up ... boy is he a task master.
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    It looks wonderful! Love your embroidery!

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    Really a cute little quilt, great job and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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