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Thread: Daughter's first quilt!

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    What a pretty little first quilt from such an equally pretty young lady. She should be proud. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    What a cutie your daughter is!! And she looks so proud of her darling quilt!!! That's impressive for such a young girl!
    I second jcrow's remarks! Both the maker and the quilt are beautiful!

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    she didf a great job cute little girl!!
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    I'm so glad you are fortunate enough to have your daughter express an interest so young. My daughter wouldn't go near a sewing machine, although she didn't mine cutting out dress patterns for herself. She does appreciate the quilts I made her - she has the one and only quilt that was hand-quilted, and is thinking of passing it down to her niece, since she can't have children now. I hope she keeps interested. My Mom taught me to embroider when I was 6 and then I proceeded to aprons, skirts, and learned to make clothing in high school home ec. I still sew and I will probably be quilting as long as I'm able.

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    Completely adorable. Her sewing skills are amazing. Great job!

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    awesome job! cant wait to se more from her

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    She did an amazing job on her first quilt! I love the fabric choices. Beautiful quilt for a beautiful young lady.

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    Thanks for posting. My 10 year old grandson wants me to teach him to sew and I thought he was to young. Now I see it is possible. Beautiful job on her quilt.

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    Both of you should be proud. She did a great job for a first, and has a lifetime ahead to improve on accuracy. Pretty little quilt too.

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    What a cute daughter and wonderful quilt.
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    Your daughter is so cute. Her quilt is just awesome. Tell her "Good job."
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    I think it's absolutely wonderful. She looks and should be very proud. Love the colors.

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    What a cutey patootie !! That is one darling quilt & one very darling future quilter. Congrats to her & to you for being so encouraging.
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    What a wonderful quilt!!! I think it is very pretty just like her.

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    very nice work for a nine year old-what will she do when she is our age?

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    Great job! I am amazed at such a great job done by a 9 year old...I have an almost 4 year old granddaughter, I hope she will want to learn to quilt, too...she loves to sit on my lap and "help" Grammy...
    Its great to see your daughter wanting to quilt and sew...keep it going for future generations!
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    She did a great job, the only way any of us get any better is just keep practicing. She should be sooo proud, I started out making pillows. Your daughter is very talented, tell her I said keep up the great work, and she is very cute.
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    She's done a great job on her first (of many!) projects!! Kudos to you as well for teaching her~
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    awesome job

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    Great job and you must be one proud momma!! Good eye for color!

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    She did a wonderful job, she should be proud of her self!

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    splendid job!
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    SOOO Cute! Love the striped border. She should be proud of her efforts. Learning to sew is a great skill to have!!!
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    A big welcome to a new quilter. You are well on your way! Good job.

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    Very nicely done!
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