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Thread: Sewing lesson

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    Senior Member quilter1430's Avatar
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    Times like this are going to be remembered all of her life. Good job, Grandma! I've done this too with several of my grandchildren and they treasure the things they have made with me.

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    Adorable granddaughter! I remember teaching my three to sew on the machine on coloring book pages without thread. They learn good control and all had fun!
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    An absolutely delightful story. My first sewing for a tiny quilt was with my grandmother, I'll remember that for the rest of my life, as will your granddaughter.

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    Your GD is adorable and please tell her what a great job she did!

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