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18yr DD just finished her first quilt top...EVER!

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    #16
    Re: 18yr DD just finished her first quilt top...EVER!

    You are so lucky to share your gift with your daughter. I have 3 daughters and not one of them show any interest in quilting. Mind you all 3 of them love to receive the quilts and table runners and things I make. I have hope that my grandson and granddaughter might. I made a doll rag quilt with my 3 yr old gd this afternoon. It was fun and Lily had her doll all wrapped up in it when she left with her daddy to go home.
    Leslie :lol:

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      #17
      Re: 18yr DD just finished her first quilt top...EVER!

      For you Shipshewana visitors: Yoder's has changed their floor plan, I am hoping that by summer they will have a better selection, I was there for a Fons & Porter event and was disappointed at how much they had downsized fabric selection. I like going to the downstairs "Little Bit of Lolly's" at the mercantile downtown...their discontinued lines are down there (as well as a boatload of fat quarters) for $6.50 a yard. I got a lead on a quilt shop west of Shipshe that I am going to check out on Friday if the weather cooperates. I'll post a note if it is worth the trip if you would like.

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        #18
        Re: 18yr DD just finished her first quilt top...EVER!

        How wonderful where's the pic???? neither
        of my DD's have showed any interest as of yet..
        These things, I warmly wish for you-
        Someone to love, some work to do,
        A bit'o sun, a bit'o cheer.
        And a guardian angel always near.


        (¯`v´¯)
        `*.¸.*´
        ¸.•´¸.•*¨) ¸.•*¨)
        (¸.•´ (¸.•´ .•´ ¸¸.•¨¯`•Shannon

        http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/group.php?groupid=63
        http://forum.missouriquiltco.com/group.php?groupid=64

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          #19
          Re: 18yr DD just finished her first quilt top...EVER!

          Why teaching only the daughters, granddaughters, etc., why not the sons, grandsons?

          Mar

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