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Thread: Grandson's "Favorite Foods" graduation quilt

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    Grandson's "Favorite Foods" graduation quilt

    I made this quilt for my oldest grandson who just graduated on Friday. I finished the binding 15 minutes before I had to get ready to leave for graduation and came home after the graduation and embroidered the label and sewed it on so it would be finished for his party yesterday. He really liked it!!
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    Very nice quilt
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    This quilt is making me very hungry You did a great job with these wonderful fabrics!
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    Very clever quilt for a lucky young man. Beautiful job.

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    That is too wonderful!

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    I'm sure he'll treasure it. Peggy
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    Great quilt!!!!

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    What teenager wouldn't love a junk food quilt? Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    This quilt is making me very hungry You did a great job with these wonderful fabrics!
    Great minds think alike. I was thinking the same thing when I first saw it. That quilt is too cool. Good for any age. BrendaK
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    Great quilt.

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    Great quilt, what a fun collection of the fabrics. Nice job!
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    Lovely quilt.

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    He's going to love it and his friends are going to think it is the coolest ever!!!

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    Love it! Such a fun quilt and well done.

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    what a neat quilt great job!
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    Very nice and great guy quilt!

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    Fun! what a great boy quilt.
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    So glad you gave us the close up of the quilt -- I couldn't tell those were crinkle fries, thought it was just a background fabric. You did a great job on this darling quilt!!

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    What an awesome quilt. I never though of using food fabric that way. Thanks for sharing.

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    Couldn't be around that quilt if you were hungry...lol. Great job.

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    The quilt is a treasure and what an amazing assortment of fabrics! It is beautiful and you did a great job.
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    I love your quilt and I'm sure your grandson will too.

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    Good job! I bet he loved it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    What teenager wouldn't love a junk food quilt? Great job!
    Perfect for a teenager & especially a teen-aged guy! I remember watching my DS whern he was that age... the amount of food he could put away was astonishing! And he never gained an ounce! This quilt is just too, too cool & I know your DGS will love & treasure it for years to come. I'll bet his pals are green with envy! "Dude! That is awesome!"
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    How cool and interesting.

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