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Thread: Grand-daughter's 1st quilt

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    Very nice! Keep it up & you will be a pro when you grow up!!!

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    Pretty DGD and quilt! Neat that she is sewing at this young age. Blessings to all~
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    Awesome quilt and awesome grand daughter!
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    Wonderful Kylie!!! You are doing fantastic!!
    If you see someone without a smile, give them one of yours!

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    Pretty quilt and pretty girl. Fantastic job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Both are beauties..

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    She is a cutie pie and you both did a great job!
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    She is beautiful! Please tell her what a wonderful job she did!

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    Never too young to bring them into the "fold!" great job teaching, Grandmommy!
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    awesome...love the little hearts....thanks for sharing

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    WOW - just wonderful, great job and thank you for sharing, beautiful grand-daughter
    Have a Blessed day
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    Great job and what a beautiful girl. Her mother will be happy and amazed.

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    Just beautiful. You must be so proud of her.
    Hi ho, Hi ho, it's off to sew I go!

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    What a pretty little girl. Is must be nice to be able to mentor a young lady. I see an excellent quilter in the works!

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    I can't wait for my granddaughter, who's 4, to get old enough so I can teach her to sew. She is interested in the stuff I make so I've been watching for juvenile sewing machines that would be safe for a youngster so grandma can buy her one. Love spending money on my precious Maddie.

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    Love this photo...How wonderful that she wants to make another one!

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    Beautiful! The quilt will be a treasure for her mom and WOW! Her smile says it all!

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    What a very nice quilt and how special to sew with your granddaughter. These will be cherished memories for you, her and her mom!

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    A beautiful drandaughter and a lovely quilt. Great to see another generation of quilters.

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    Great job! Good for her!

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    Good JOB.... what a blessing for all 3 of you ladies. Keep it up... please keep the photo's coming. She's gonna go far.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    That is marvelous the work on that quilt is just great. And your granddaughter is a beauty. I bet it was fun. I love it when the grandkids come to play with me.
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    You should be very proud, as I am sure her mum will be when she receives this quilt of love...and only 9 years old ....wonderful

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    Most of us make quilts for our families. There is something very precious about one of our kids or grandkids deciding to quilt also. It was a wonderful project with a wonderful gd! She has given you a precious gift by her making the quilt with you!

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    She did a fabulous job. What a great grandma you are to pass on the art of quilting. I hope my GD is interested when she gets old enough. Her mom will love it.

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