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Thread: First Quilt

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    Thats so cute you must have had so much fun!

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    Congratulations sweet baby! Job well done!
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    Quilter in training. She is on her way. YEAH!!!

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    I am so happy for you! My DGD sewed with me last summer but now is busy with school, activities and girlfriends. She is almost 12. I am hopeful she will want to sew again soon.

    Your granddaughter is adorable and her quilt is just beautiful. She has a lucky sister!
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    Please tell her it's beautiful for me.

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    How precious! And her quilt is adorable.
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    How precious that your are passing along the joy of quilting to her. I hope you two have many years of quilting together.

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    Oh my, that is so cute and she is so proud. Love it.

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    What a beautiful little girl, brimming with joy and pride. Who could ask for anything more?

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    Cute quilt and cuter DGD! Thanks toy= you, there will come a tine when she won't remember a time when she didn't sew!
    A quilt is like a good life. It's full of mistakes, but, in the end, it looks pretty good.

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    Absolutely precious! She will always remember how you taught her with love and patience.

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    Your GD & her quilt are so precious. You can tell she is proud of her first quilt, as she should be. She did an awesome job. I bet she is bursting at the seams trying to keep it a secret from her sister until June! lol So adorable!

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    Better get her a fabric shop gift card.

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    What a beautiful "job" she did!! Thanks you and others, so much for helping future generations learn to enjoy these wonderful gifts such as quilt making!
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    That is a great little quilt. You are a wonderful grandmother for taking the time to teach her something she could enjoy for the rest of her life.

    My grandmother taught me to crochet when I was 4, and embroidery by the time I was six. We hold our kids back too much these days. Yes, I did stick myself with the needle and I bled, but it never hurt me permanently. My mom taught me to sew on a sewing machine by the time I was 8 and I was making all my own clothes by 9. That included reading the pattern and doing all the cutting. So that means, I have sewing a very, very, very long time....one day I might get good at it. "smile"
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    She did a wonderful job making her first quilt. What a wonderful gift for her sis.

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    Your picture is adorable. On a serious note, it reminds me how important it is to pass on the love of quilting to younger people. My grands live too far away, but I am teaching my neighbor's foster daughter to quilt and it is sheer joy!
    "The great doing of little things makes the great life." Eugena Price

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    Brought an immediate smile to my face.

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    both are just too cute!!!

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    Way too adorable!

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    She is just adorable and did such a great job! Great job grandma, I wish I had learned as a child!

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    excellent!!!
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Okay this has a cute factor of Mach 12! It is beautiful and so is the quilter.

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    Nice job..I love when little ones learn to sew.

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    You can tell by that wonderful smile on her face that another quilter has been born.

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