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    Christmas presents.

    Finished the tops for two grandkids. One to go. I love my quilt inspectors.
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    Lucky grandchildren! I like them both. The cowboy one is stunning! I love the pattern and the fabrics you used for it!!

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    Darling quilts and lucky Grand kids!
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    love the quilts and the inspecters, too!

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    Your quilts are fabulous. Thank you for sharing. The GK's are going to live them.

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    Very nice quilts and I love your inspectors!

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    Very cute quilts and your inspectors are also too cute!!
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    Really like them both. Your grandchildren will love them! What is the name of the second pattern, may I ask? Yes and you have two neat inspectors!!!!

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    nicely done
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    Very Nice. I like you quilt inspectors too.

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    How neat they both are! Those grands are gonna love them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mommabear62 View Post
    Really like them both. Your grandchildren will love them! What is the name of the second pattern, may I ask? Yes and you have two neat inspectors!!!!
    The second quilt pattern is summer nights found in the book Circle of Nine by Janet Houts and Jean Ann Wright. Very easy to follow instructons. My niece cut it out for me as I sewed and pressed. It was her first time cutting fabric for anything. She did great.

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    All are so cute including your inspectors!

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    Those quilts are going to be loved tremendously! The inspectors are doing a good job. Of course, we know they couldn't find anything wrong.
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    very nice!!!!
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    Both are so cute!
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    nice fabrics.........

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    These are awesome..lucky kids!!
    Happy quilting!

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    both quilts are beautiful.......good job

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    Gorgeous quilts, they will be loved.
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    Really cute quilts. Lucky grandkids. Please be sure to show a picture when the third quilt is completed.

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    Really nice gifts and I love the animals in the photos.
    Take care of our earth. It's the only planet with chocolate!

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    love them both especially the horse

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    Wow! Such lovely quilts.

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    Two great quilts, thanks for sharing book, I have that book and never noticed that quilt, now I want to make one, thanks for inspiration.

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