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Thread: Paperdoll Quilt

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    Senior Member susanwilley's Avatar
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    That is so cute! I love that idea! I wish my granddaughters were still young enough to enjoy. I know your's will!

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    Oh what a lovely gift for your granddaughter,she will have many hours of fun with it.

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    What cute ideas!

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    Adorable quilt!!!

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    What a cute quilt! :thumbup:

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    that is so cute. you are a great grandma.

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    Oh, beautiful!

    I've wanted this fabric since it came out, but with all these dang boys, I've not bought it yet.

    I'm going to have to break down and buy it for me, LOL.

    I LOVED paper dolls as a kid, I'd spend hours making them elaborate houses from cardboard boxes and "furniture" I cut from the Sears catalog. We were so poor as a kid, I never had a real dollhouse, so I really loved my paper dolls.

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    Violetsfarm, I like how you showcased the paper dolls in your quilt. I have some of this material for a quilt and haven't decided how I would make the quilt. Thanks for sharing. Eiltcoq.

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    Wish I hadn't destashed mine now. This so such a cute idea!!! I love it. She will be tickled pink.

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    What a great gift.

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    Precious! I love it. :lol:

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    Thats is just to adorable. Love it**

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    I love the paper doll quilt!!! You have one lucky little, granddaughter and I would love to play with those paper dolls too but I have only boys here.

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    Oh, I like it - you are so resourceful in idea. Very cute and useful, too. Thank you for sharing.

    Marysewfun

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    I've never seen that fabric before - that is so sweet! You did a wonderful job - what a lucky little girl!

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    That is soo darn cute.

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    Oh how wonderful is that......perfect for a little girl!! You did a beautiful job :-D

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    adorable

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    This the most clever quilt ever! My grand-daughters would love it. Do you share patterns?

    Jenny:)

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    Beautiful.Lucky grandaughter.

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    Sew cute

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    That is so cute as is the book mentioned by another poster. Where did you get the fabric and is it still easy to find? Thank you, take care.
    Linda

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    Adorable...I bet some little girl is very happy and loves her grandma :)

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    I have the fabric for making a wall quilt and the dresses, have had it for some time. Now, all I need to do is get with it and do the sewing. Good intentions just don't cut it.
    I had ordered the fabric some time ago from equilter.com.

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    Brings back memories of me and my sisters playing with our paper dolls. Just darling and I love the book idea as well. My baby granddaughter should have both!!! Did you have to order the panels? I haven't seen them around.

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