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Thread: Easy Fat Quarter child quilt

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    That is just adorable. Thanks for showing it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Really nice, I like the black grid, resembles looking through a window. I will try to keep that in mind for a future project. Thanks for sharing!
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    What a clever way to use theme fabric. I'm going to try this one. Thanks for sharing.
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    I have the same issues with fat quarters. I love to buy them but then don't know what to do with them. I love love love what you came up with. Thank you for sharing your wonderful quilt.
    Bernice
    City girl with a country heart!

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    That is a very cute quilt.

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    Very cute!! Love how you framed the panels with the black.

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    Your quilt turned out beautifully. I love the look of your final product. Great job!!
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    Great job, very pretty.

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    Great design and use of available material. It is really cute and it will be loved.

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    That is one fun looking quilt!! Any child would love to have this to drag around and maybe use as a "nap" blanket. I love what you did.

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    Just to clever for words. I like looking through the windows to discover what the kiddos in the outside world are doing.

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    Really adorable!! Came together like a well-thought out pattern.

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    I like the way you used the FQ's. Looks great.
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    Cute quilt. Great job.

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    Great idea! Thanks for sharing--the quilt was really pretty.
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    ..and see you have designed a lovely quilt. Keep those artistic juices flowing........gives all of us ideas about what to to with that piece of fabric.......

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    You would never know they were fat quarters until you mentioned it. I think the quilt is lovely and the black frames them quite nicely.

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    Absolutely love your quilt.

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    Very smart way to use the fat quarters.

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    that turned out very nice

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    Looks great, love the material .
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    A cleaver and inspiring use of our many FQ's we all collect, thank you for sharing. Better take a second look at my stash for a quick quilt.

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    very neat !!!!!
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    Are you sure you didn't have a pattern for that?? Great quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt! You did a great job!

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