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Thread: Train car quilt

  1. #26
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    you did an excellant job. keep it up

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    Wow you sure stepped up to the plate with your 1st quilt. Looking forward to seeing more pictures.

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    OMG this quilt is so cute. Great job. I have made a lot of quilts and some of them do not look this good.
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    Where you able to find the pattern? I had printed it off several years ago from a free pattern site, but have misplaced it and would like to make another. There were two did different engines, flatbed, boxcar, passenger car, 2 different caboose. Not sure if that was all of them. I never thought to put anything on the flatbed. Great idea. Still looking for the pattern if anyone remembers where it is. Thanks

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    This is an adorable quilt! It does not look like a beginner made it. I would love to make one for my grandson. He loves trains. Could you please share pattern info?

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    Adorable and you are doing a super job on it. Be sure to show us when you are finished. BrendaK
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    very cute!!!
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    How cute is that!
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    That's some awesome piecing... paper piecing? Really excellent for a first, fifth or 200th quilt!
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    So adorable. My grandson would go bonkers over it. I agree, are you sure you are a beginner? Lol

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    I like your train quilt very much and I see quilting success in your future!. I hope you will find great joy creating quilts for family, friends and charitable outreach. You are off to a wonderful start.

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