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Thread: Three Doll Quilts

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    These are actually things I made a few months ago: the bright one was for a mock up of a quilt I'm making my daughter (only it is much scrappier) and the star sampler was a gift to my MIL. The batik cake plates is hanging on my bedroom wall. It measures just under 12 1/2" square, I think. The bright windmills is about 15" by 15", and the sampler is about 16" by 16".
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    Those are really cute! I love the first one! It must have been doll quilt day. :thumbup:

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    Beautiful quilts

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    Love them :mrgreen:

    Never thought to make a mock up quilt , before trying it full sized . Great thought especially for the tougher quilts :thumbup:

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    Oh, I love them all, but that yeller one with the pinwheels is awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    Love them :mrgreen:

    Never thought to make a mock up quilt , before trying it full sized . Great thought especially for the tougher quilts :thumbup:
    Thanks! I wanted to see how it would all pull together, especially the sashing material.

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    Cute little quilts!

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    Great projects.

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    I love little quilts! You get to try a new technique or block and you have a finished product so much faster.

    Great workmanship. Everything is so crisp and classic looking on that blue star sampler.

    Thanks for showing them here.

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    Love your little quilts!! :D

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    awesome, thanks for sharing!

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    Very nice!

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    Your doll quilts are wonderful! That yellow one is especially intriguing!

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    You've been busy making some awesome doll quilts today too!! I like them ALL!!

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    Your doll quilts are lovely! You should join the doll quilt swap! We would love to have you play with us!

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    Great quilts....the first is my favorite.

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    Those are all lovely, I will take the first one :)

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    Fabulous!!! The yellow one makes me drool!! So I wont get close!! Teehee

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    Really cute!

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    I absolutely love the bright windmill mock up! The colors just draw me in! They are all wonderful!

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    They are great!! I love the Cake Stand pattern and done in Batiks is just too cute! You used great colors together on all of them! Nice job!! :D :D

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    I love the yellow scrappy one. What a beautiful quilt it will make.

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    Your quilts are spectacular. If you like doing doll quilts you should join the dqswap, June was my first swap and I'm loving it.

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    I do love your doll quilts and they do make me want to get a doll quit sorted out pronto.

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    Very Pretty!!! I love them all :D:D:D

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