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Thread: From Don-isewman--3 more grdkids quilts picked up today.

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    From Don-isewman--3 more grdkids quilts picked up today.

    Here are 3 more quilts, of the 10, I've been working on for my grdkids. My long arm lady friend, has 3 more, to work on. She said, she'll call me in about 2 weeks, for the other 3. I have 2, Im send out east, to my grdaughter, and her sister. Name:  005.JPG
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Size:  223.1 KBQuilt #3. These quilts, are going to my grdkids, that live, in Wilton, Iowa. Roughly 20 min's from where I live, in Muscatine, Iowa

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    Very very pretty! Great job as always.
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    Very nice quilts. Your grandkids are lucky children.

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    You did a great job on all of them. I'm sure they will be very proud of their quilt and of grandpa for having such talent.
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    Great quilts and a massive project you are undertaking.
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    These all are priceless. BrendaK
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    nicely done
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    Lucky grandkids. Nicely done!
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    Love them but especially the border on the second quilt. Your quilts are always great!

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    Wow, these are nice...love the last two especially, but sure wouldn't say no to the first either.

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    Don, those are wonderful!!! You are so talented and do such great work. I love them.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    They turned out well. It's a lot of work!

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    Very nice, your work never fails to inspire me. Thank you for sharing.

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    Very nice!! Your grands will love them. You are giving them such a wonderful gift or your time and talent!

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    you truly amaze me you do such nice work and have so much energy!!!
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    3 more lovely quilts. Your grandchildren are very lucky.
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    Wow! All are gorgeous! Love, love, love the one in the middle.
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    really beautiful,, love the second one, such detail

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    Love them...Lucky family members!

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    omg! Don, do you ever sleep??? can we all come to your house for a quilt retreat?!
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    Great work. Your productivity is inspiring. I'm loving that 2nd quilt pictured with the overlapping stars and shadows. Mind sharing the pattern?
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    Wonderful quilts. You do such an awesome job.

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    Lucky grandkids! They will treasure the quilts made by you.

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    Beautiful work!!!!

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    Fantastic.....

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