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Thread: Baby Princess Quilt

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    I want to say thanks to this group, for what would be something simple to some, to me they are wonderful ideas that I didn't know. When I finished this quilt, I was so proud of myself, I just had to show it off. This is my first quilt that I didn't do SID (I learned what SID meant here). This quilt was for my neighbor's daughter and when I gave it to my neighbor she loved it. She asked me if I would do one for the daughter's son. She didn't think it was fair that the new baby would have a quilt and not the 2yr. son. Told her, "Sorry, cannot do it" Then she asked if I could fix some of her pants. Told her, "sorry but I just do quilts" learned how to respond back in here. There is so many new projects I want to try that I see here. So, "Thank You All" and God Bless Y'All.
    now I just have to learn how to put a picture for my avatar.
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    Very pretty! Lovely little girl colors! Good for you for standing up for yourself!

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    That's a cute quilt and the work is very nice, too. I agree. Only do what you really enjoy making.

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    Lovely quilt.

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    Nice job on the quilt & on your replies!

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    It is such a pretty quilt and you did a great job.

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    Beautiful quilt!!! I also had to learn to say NO and not get roped into something I didn't want to do.
    I have had total strangers ask me to make something for them and not offer to pay or even buy the material. Now, I just reply that I'm busy and don't have the time.

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    Beautiful quilt. You did a wonderful job quilting it. My GD would just love this quilt.

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    You did a wonderful job on this quilt. Good for you for finding your voice!

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    Cute, my DGD loves all the princesses!

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    Thanks to all. I also forget to mention that not only I'm I learning about quilting but also enjoying new recipes. I did the Mexican Wedding Cake yesterday and it turned out good.

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    Cute, great job.

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    Cute quilt!

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    Great Job!! And WHOO HOO- good for you on sayin NO!!!!! :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very pretty quilt. No wonder she wanted another one made.

    Now, offer to teach HER how to quilt and she can make lots of quilts for possible other grandchildren, and these two grands as they get older, because you will be too busy to do it.

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    Awww this quilt is adorable :D:D:D

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    So cute for a little girl - and glad you learned to say "no".

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