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Thread: Project Linus quilts

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    They are both very nice. :thumbup:

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    Great job on your quilts, I am sure they will be appreciated.

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    Those are really nice.

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    I love them both, but the kite quilt has really caught my eye :D:D:D

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    i like the kite quilt and ice cream one. very pretty.

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    Really lovely

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    Both lovely. My favourite is the kites.

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    Those are both so cute. I love them. You did a great job. I need to try paper piecing someday. Thanks for sharing.

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    The kids are going to be delighted to get these quilts. The adults will be grateful for all the hours you spent making them. Thank you for your thoughtfulness.

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    Those turned out great!!

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    Someone will surely enjoy these quilts. I like the first one.

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    Especially perfect for Project Linus! Great!

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    Love your quilts, they are so cute I know the kids will love them.

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    Those are absolutely adorable quilts! And an even better cause.

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    Cute!

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    Oh my gosh--how perfect for a child in need! Thank you!!!

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    Great job.

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    Great PL quilts! I have seen the ice cream cones quilt made by one of our chapter's blanketeers. It was a hit! I had never thought of making kits with paper-pieced blocks for our volunteers to make up. I think many of them would be intimidated by the paper-piecing. Yours turned out beautiful!

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    both quilts are so cute...thanks for sharing... :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gracie
    Great PL quilts! I have seen the ice cream cones quilt made by one of our chapter's blanketeers. It was a hit! I had never thought of making kits with paper-pieced blocks for our volunteers to make up. I think many of them would be intimidated by the paper-piecing. Yours turned out beautiful!
    Thank you all for the positive comments. Our PL chapter had made up the kits packed in Zip Loc bags with instructions, and I had virtually no experience with PP. So, it was a challenge, as I had done one kite and realized I had bit off more than I could chew. It reminded me of trying to get dressed, upside down , backwards and inside out. I had not attempted that since I was 3 years old. :D

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    Wonderful! :D :-D :-)

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    What wonderful, cheerful quilts. You have a good heart!

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    Both are beautiful. The kite idea is very clever.

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    love, love the kites....my grandson would love that..

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    you did a great job. they are both really cute. thank you for sharing. God bless. Penny

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