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Thread: Silhouettes grandkids

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    I need to do that too. Although mine would be bigger. I have 10 grands and 1 great grand. I really like this idea.

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    Beautiful! I like that they are each doing something active.

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    Fabulous quilt!

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    Wow that is so very gorgeous.

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    Love it! :) Maybe I'll get brave enough to try it someday

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    Terrific idea and beautiful work - It really brings a smile to my face and I don't know the children - love it

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    Terrific idea and beautiful work - It really brings a smile to my face and I don't know the children - love it - did you enlarge the photos??

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelecg
    Terrific idea and beautiful work - It really brings a smile to my face and I don't know the children - love it - did you enlarge the photos??
    Yes I did to probably a 5x7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Astramorgaine
    Love it! :) Maybe I'll get brave enough to try it someday
    It's not hard at all, in fact it's fun.

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    That is a treasure!

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    It's fantastic!

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    What a great idea for a quilt!

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    I absolutely LOVE that quilt. Silhouettes are really neat anyway but the fact that these are your grandkids makes it even more beautiful. :-)

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    It is breathtaking- how did you cut the fabric so accurately?

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    Incredible! I love it!

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    Awesome.

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    How special. A great idea to applique your grands that way. Love it.

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    This is really awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by noveltyjunkie
    It is breathtaking- how did you cut the fabric so accurately?
    I used a small sharp scissors and I think I used a utility knife too to cut some of the slits.

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    Love this.

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    How wonderful! It's so refreshing.

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    That is a fantastic quilt, a wonderful idea.

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    That is so nice- you have captured a real beauty!

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    That is a wonderful gift to yourself! I love that idea. Need to look through my pics. I love this site. :)

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    Wonderful....I have 6 grandchildren and would love a quilt like that.

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