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#31 of 35 Old 08-11-2009, 03:59 PM
 
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wow! what an amazing quilt! your baby is a very lucky one!!

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Stunning!

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OMG! That's fabulous, you're very talented!!

Love the colors and that pattern is going to entertain the baby/child for years... my sister and I still talk about one particular sheet set that we had as kids that reminds me of your quilt. We LOVED that set, each of us still has a single pillow case from it, lol.

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just beautiful!
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Gorgeous!!! I am totally of the use-it-and-love-it school of thought Quilts, imo, are so much more special when you use them rather than just look at them. My quilting mentor told me that she tells her quilt recipients that they are to use their quilts, as a gift to her, rather than folding them up on a shelf or hanging them on a wall. I really like that

Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful quilt with us!!!

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