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Thread: Jamie's Head Over Heels Quilt

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    awesome!! love it!
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    I love your shoes!!!! Fantastic. I think the fru fru is just the right added touch!
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    Thanks for all your kind comments! It was such fun doing something I KNEW my daughter would love. She is such a joy in my life.

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    WOW - Just beautiful, great job and thanks for sharing
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    Great quilt!! My darling daughter would love this too!!

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    Now that is a quilt my dd would love to have on her bed! You did a wonderful job, both of you!

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    Looks Great!
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    That is a really fun quilt - excellent job!
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