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Thread: My latest projects

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    My latest projects

    Here are 2 of my latest projects. Tugging on my heart strings is for my daughter. I had her trace her sons' hands and created the wall hanging. It is similar to one that I saw here on this site. The Sue and Fred quilt is for me! It will hang in my entry hall.
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    Oh my, they are both fabulous!
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    Sunbonnet Sue is one of my favorites. Love the heart with the boys' handprints. Great job!

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    Two absolutely beautiful quilts. I especially like the hands and heart. So memorable for any parent or grandparent to remind them of the precious gift given to them.
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    Very pretty, great memories with the hands. Love the Sue and Sam wall hanging.
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    Both of them are so very beautiful.
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    Great job, I love the sunbonnet quilts.
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    Two wonderful, very different quilts. Both are wonderfully done.
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    Both are beautiful. Love the Tugging on my heart strings!
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    The heart strings one has tears running down my face-that is so beautiful! Love the Sue and Fred one also! Thank you for sharing both of them.

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    great job on both of them, love the sunbonnet sue

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    I love the heart wall hanging. What a wonderful idea. Sue & Fred quilt is awesome. You did a super good job on both.

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    i like what you did with the boy and girls quilt every nice

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    Very nice job!
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    both are very nice
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    Both very cute.

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    Both beautiful. Your daughter will cherish the one with the hands forever. Your Sue and Fred is adorable, too. You did a great job on both of them.
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    Love them both. I'm also a Sue fan.

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    Beautiful work. I love them both.

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    these are both terrific.
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    Too adorable! I want to make a Sue & Fred quilt for my mom. She keeps talking about one.

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    both very nice but love the Sue and Sam.

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    Love the first one-work with disabled kids and was thinking I neede a new pattern for quilts with their hands in it. This will work fabulous. Thanks for sharing

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    Very creative, love the first one
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    Both quilts are fantastic. Of course, as you can see, I am partial to SBSs.

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