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Thread: Emmaline's Christmas quilt

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Beautiful story, quilt, quilting and colors. Emmaline will be so happy with it.
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    Love your story and your quilt is so beautiful. Lucky little girl to have you make this especially for her.

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    What a great quilt! It's the perfect Christmas season bedspread.
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    That's a perfect quilt for Christmas. Emmaline is a lucky girl. I hope you were successful in removing the ink.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baba57 View Post
    Hairspray will take out sharpy ink. Spray liberally, blot, spray blot then rinse well.
    Yes. THis is what I was going to suggest.

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    Love your story, I know how blessed you are, both of my children are adopted also, she’s a lucky girl and you are lucky yo have her.
    i would have never guessed that sharpie would do that, hope some of the suggestions work, it’s a beautiful quilt.
    Stephanie.

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    Stunning quilt! Have a wonderful Christmas.

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