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Thread: Princess quilt

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    Talking Princess quilt

    My granddaughter wanted a princess quilt for Christmas, this is what I came up with. Most of it was scraps from other quilts, she loves it.
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    May all your ups and downs in life be with a needle and thread.
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    She looks like a princess. Lovely quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt for a beautiful little girl!!

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    so sweet!!
    Home is where the heart is, and a few scrappy quilts.

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    That is so pretty ... she must love it!

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    What a sweet little DG. You can tell she has lot's of personality and loves her quilt. I have a little granddaughter who would love a quilt like this. Did you have templates for the dress, wand, castle, etc? Or did you make them yourself.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    Beautiful princess, love the quilt, it is definately one of a kind.
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    Lovely quilt for a beautiful princess. Good job

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    This is GREAT. My princess obsessed granddaughters would love it also. Your granddaughter is a cutie.

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    oh my..the Princess looks very pleased! Good job grandma!

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    That second photo is so darned cute!! She looks very pleased and I think you made a wonderful quilt - great work!!
    Sheila N.

    When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, he tried over 2000 experiments before he got it to work. A young reporter asked him how it felt to fail so many times. He said, "I never failed once. I invented the light bulb. It just happened to be a 2000 step process."

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    How cute..both the quilt and Dgd.

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    What a perfect quilt for a perfect little princess!!!! She really looks happy! Great job!

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    Very pretty.

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    I can see why she loves it.

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    That is so cute - and the recipient is cute as a button.

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    She's adorable! Got the model pose down like on tv! Love her socks!! Love the way you used scraps up!!!

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    Lovely and my granddaughter would love it as well.

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    very creative...both beautiful..granddaughter's so cute...

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    WOW!!!! Beautiful. The princess looks so happy

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    Adorable and the quilt is very nice too!
    No matter how tough life is, it sure beats the alternative.

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    It is indeed, a very pretty princess quilt made for a very pretty princess. Thanks for sharing.
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    She is a little doll. Her quilt fits her. Great job grandma, you made her very happy!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by karielt View Post
    My granddaughter wanted a princess quilt for Christmas, this is what I came up with. Most of it was scraps from other quilts, she loves it.
    A couple cuties---------------------granddaughter AND her quilt.
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    What a beautiful littke girl. Her quilt is lovely.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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