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Thread: Would it be OK to post pictures of a baby quilt my two daughters made?

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    Super Member justflyingin's Avatar
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    It is beautiful! It is definitely A LOT of work. Anyone who cross stitches can testify to that...really, it's gorgeous. I'm just wondering, if two girls worked on it, who is going to get it in the long run....Did they make it for someone else?

    And BTW, I have 5 and we home schooled and are home schooling the two still at home. The oldest three are in college in the US and doing fine--two on their master's degrees and one a jr. in Criminal Justice....the younger two help me with quilts. (among other things like schoolwork, karate, choir, teaching English, etc.)

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    Oh my goodness that little quilt will be a treasured heirloom.
    They did an fabulous job. If they are this good now, I can only
    imagine what they will do when they are older.
    The quilt is beautiful.
    ~Dana~

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    Absolutely gorgeous!

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    Beautiful work!
    Sandra
    Treat people the way you want to be treated!!

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    Am so glad you posted the pictures. Their work is lovely.

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    [QUOTE=justflyingin;5640251]It is beautiful! It is definitely A LOT of work. Anyone who cross stitches can testify to that...really, it's gorgeous. I'm just wondering, if two girls worked on it, who is going to get it in the long run....Did they make it for someone else?QUOTE]

    The youngest daughter is the one who made the cross stitched blocks, and the quilt was for her daughter. The elder daughter is just one of those people who will do anything for you if you need help. She did not charge for her quilting; it was a labor of love.
    GramMER to 18 plus 2 great granddaughters!

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