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Thread: Easter dresses for DGDs

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    Super Member callen's Avatar
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    Absolutely adorable - both dresses & the models !!
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    So sweet! Great job on those dresses.
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    Oh my, those are lovely. I do so wish I lived near my grandkids.

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    So cute--both the girls and the dresses!
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    Those girls are adorable and I am sure they were proud to wear those cute little dresses

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    Beautiful girls and with their own style already!

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    Cute dresses and even cuter models.
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    Well, now, if those aren't the cutest. Makes it all worth while to see your hard work modeled so beautifully.

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    Oh, how lovely they (dresses & girls) are. So much fun sewing for daughters and granddaughters, but lately am lucky to even get some quilting done. Girls are getting older and don't want 'too frilly'---they like 'skirts'!!!

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