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Thread: Grandmother Flower Garden (PDF) by Machine

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    Thanks!

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    I've always wanted to know this! Thanks! Just moved it up on my quilt bucket list.

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    You are very welcome, glad I found a link that you liked.

    Everyone is welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    I've always wanted to know this! Thanks! Just moved it up on my quilt bucket list.

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    Thanks so much i really love the old quilt looks. Reminds of my grandmas guilts that she made.

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    Thanks, I love Sharon Schambers.

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    I have got to try it this way. Thanks

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    Thanks craftybear ... I don't know how you do it???????? But you sure do find the best of show to share. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    You always find the coolest sites...thank you for all you work!

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    THis is a great pattern thank you for sharing this

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    LOVE IT !!!! Seems like this is a doable project now. THANKS !!

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    Thanks again Craftybear, you really do find some neat sites.

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    Thanks for the site. I'm still working on mine.

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    Thank you Karen! That is neat.

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    I wish i had known about this technique before i started my grand mother quilt :( But i will try a small project this way. Thank you for sharing :)

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    I wish i had known about this technique before i started my grand mother quilt :( But i will try a small project this way. Thank you for sharing :)

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    Oh, thank you for this information. I have made small hexigons by hand and made a pin cushion, have inherited old large blocks handsewn which I need to decide what to do with.
    I love it when methods are modernized and help construct blocks of the same quality look but easier/quicker.
    I have saved the website you gave us for future reference.
    Boy my "favorites" and computer quilting folders are getting so full.
    I have purchased an external hard drive to "back-up" my computer files. For the price it is worth it for peace of mind if something happens to the computer (which it has in the past).
    Deb in NC

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