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Thread: Barbs quilting projects

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    fantastic quilts. Love your table too :D

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    this is the post for the instructions for the extension table

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    beautiful quilts :lol:

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    Very nice!!!

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    They're all very nice! You're a busy bee!! Hehehe...make sure you don't the lil warm fuzzy in the corner when you quilt it! He/she is too cute!

    I think I love seeing all our animals as much as I do the quilts =)

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    love your table of your sewing machine.... nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by rvquilter View Post
    I like them all but the one in progress and the leaves are my favs. I like the child too.
    Me, too! I'm a softie for fall-themed quilts. And the quilt-in-process is fabulous. And your quilt inspector is beyond adorable!
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    the contact paper idea is super. would make sliding the fabric so much easier

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