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Thread: A way to use some of your scraps . . .

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    Adorable! Might need to make him a little quilt out of it. Never know what it could lead too!

    My mom saved the first 'thing' I ever sewed from scrap fabrics I found. She brought it to me (it's some horrid crazy looking doll dress thing LOL) and it is displayed right above my cutting table. I smile everytime I see it.

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    This is just too special for words. I still have a snowman that my son made when he was three years old and when I look at it there are tears in my eyes. He is now 48. What great memories we can make. BrendaK
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    Cute! My DGK's have done some 'art' work on my design wall.
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    Sew cute!!!!!!

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    Adorable, look a perfect giraffe to me

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    How wonderful of you to involve your grandchildren in sewing, all 3 of mine are involved when they come over to visit; even the 5 year old. Love the giraffe!!!would be cute for a future applique quilt.
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    Darling..,,

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    That is an awesome giraffe. That reminds me of the time my 3 year old daughter spent hours nailing pieces of wood together and coloring it some green spots...she is now 23 and wants me to make her a giraffe quilt. She can't believe I still have her giraffe. Imagine that...

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    Sew, sew precious, that should go in a scrap book of memories! Bless you both.
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