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Thread: Top of quilt I made for my DD who's son left hers in the park.

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    Senior Member littlebitoheaven's Avatar
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    Top of quilt I made for my DD who's son left hers in the park.

    I posted a photo of the subject quilt above and RKrenner (I think. I have lost my contact page) worked up a pattern plus everything I needed to replace my daughter's quilt. She suggested 4" blocks but I made them 5". Should have stuck to 4. Oh, well! I think it turned out very well. Thank you RK.

    I just realized that I made the blue blocks wrong. Agh!!! Too late. The thought was there but the brain was not engaged. Yuk!
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    Very nice.
    Life is an adventure!

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    It looks great, and I'm sure he will love it and appreciate that you made him a new one.

    Cheers, K

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    Bright and beautiful! How thoughtful of you to replace the one that was lost. Quite a handsome young man sitting on the quilt in the second picture.

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    Looks great to me, cute Boy.
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    Well done!
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    I don't see any "wrong" squares...just a lot of love!

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    Nice_job....

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    Very pretty.

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    Darling quilt, handsome boy
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    Pretty and bright.

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    Pretty quilt, cute little boy!

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    Great job, beautiful quilt.

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    Very nice!
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    Looks great!
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    I do believe that I like the blue squares on point better than the square setting in the original quilt. Regardless, like them both. What a good grandma replacing your DD's quilt.
    Jan

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    It is so nice and cheerful. I love this.

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