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Thread: Tiny quilt

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    Tiny quilt

    After saying in a previous thread that I do pp on Christmas Day, I received a set of 4 mini quilts from calla. I have finished one and just turned edges in 3 more to go.Size 21/2"
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    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Wow! What a tiny quilt...looks great.

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    Wow, that is a tiny quilt. I have one on my fridge that Rhonda sent me. So many nice quilters on this site.
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    Adorable!!

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    Well lookie there, it came out perfect........I have used batting (wadding) and a background fabric just as a quilt than attached a pin back. However, that makes it really small in addition, hard to turn right side out. But doable........I hope you had fun.......calla/Sue

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    that looks tiny
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Teeny tiny...what patience.

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    Very tiny piece

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    Tiny, but looks like a lot of fun! You did a great job...
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    Wow..That is a small quilt...Good job...

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    very nicely done!!!
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    Key Chain

    A friend of mine made a keychain with the little quilt. I love it.
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    So tiny & adorable!

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    nicely done
    Nancy in western NY
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    That IS tiny! You did a good job.

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    So tiny and fun!
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    I have been looking at the mini's for some time. That is on my list for this year. My goal for this year is to do less quilting for others and do a few projects I have been wanting to do. They will probably end up being given as gift. But they will be what I want to make.

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    Very tiny and very cute!

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