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Thread: 10 minute block quilt

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    Super Member DianneK's Avatar
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    10 minute block quilt

    This quilt was started by my 12 yr old grandson. He did the blocks and I put them together and quilted it. At first, I thought it would be too ugly for Linus, but after all was said and done, I like it.
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    that did turn out nice
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    I like it ! Perfect for an older child
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    It looks very nice. Perhaps the saying is true "there is no such thing as an ugly quilt"

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    I like it...
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    the two of you did a good job
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    Another quilt that will be well-loved. Nice that your grandson is learning about charitable donations to Linus.
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    I think it is a nice masculine-looking quilt. Scrap quilts are always interesting.

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    *G*R*E*A*T* Job. J J

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    A great project for you and your grandson. You made a wonderful quilt that will be loved.

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    I really like it great job by both of you.

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    I like it too. Congrats to him for a great quilt and for thinking of kids who need some love.

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    Wonderful job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    there's not a thing wrong with it~!!Babies, especially children who have been ill need lots of contrast and texture after being in a hospital room and bed for awhile-they can actually suffer from lack of attention to their skin, visual fields and general sense of comfort. PLEASE keep up the good work-from a nurse who takes care of kids with needs

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    wonderfull quilt. the fabrics are great

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    How wonderful that you & your grandson made the quilt together; I like the contrasts & colors
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    Perfect quilt, perfect team!!

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    I love the scrappy look. It will make a child very happy to receive this one!
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    Great project. Who gets the quilt?
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    I like the colors very much, Did a great job onit.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    very nice!!!
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    I love your quilt and I think your grandson did a wonderful job. That boy has talent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DianneK View Post
    This quilt was started by my 12 yr old grandson. He did the blocks and I put them together and quilted it. At first, I thought it would be too ugly for Linus, but after all was said and done, I like it.
    I like it too!, it is very different and interesting. Great job both of you.
    Cindy

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    I like it. Thanks for sharing.
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