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  • source of joy
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    So pretty!

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  • GrammaBabs
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    It's a winner Marilyn.... ENJOY your vacation.... you deserve it!!!!!!!!!

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  • Simply Quilting
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    Great looking quilt. I am happy that you are able to get some quilting done at the lake.

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  • sewbizzy
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    Marilyn, I love the repro fabrics and your quilt is beautiful....I have one started in that fabric line in Falling Charms for me...I have put it aside to make some other items, though...Great job!

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  • grammaterry
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    I truly love this. It is sweet. And after my Shriners benefit is finished this fall, I will do my best to get something made for your project. I know how important it is that we support each other. You are obviously doing great work.
    Originally posted by auntiemern View Post
    This is what I managed to get done our first 2 days of vacation at Lake of the Ozarks...hubby fishes at night, and I sew. I made the scrappy 4 patches first without any idea what I was actually going to do with them. Then decided to do a Falling 4 patch out of them. I used a retro 30's charm pack. I think I may start on another one today. This will go to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital PICU. If you are new, and interested in making quilts for these ill and injured kids, check out my group. PICU Quilts in Honor of Gabe. (my grandson)

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  • Iris Girl
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    Love it! And it is a great idea to use up some scraps in my bucket!

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  • Bubby
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    This is super nice!!

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  • stationarymom
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    Love this!!

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  • JCY
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    Clicking the Like button. Very pretty.

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  • Sylvia H
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    You made a lovely quilt, and you have given me an idea of what to do with teh 4 patches I am making.

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  • SuzyQue
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    Cute, cuter, cutest........but then I adore all of the 30's prints. Looks like you are feeling better!

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  • wlrquilts
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    Very pretty. I really like the 30's fabrics as well and they work wonderfully with this pattern.

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  • easyquilts
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    Wonderful quilt... I love the sweet 30's fabrics.... It's an inspiration....

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  • K. McEuen
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    Saw this on Facebook yesterday and loved it. I have been gathering the 30s repro fabrics for a while now so I see a scrappy quilt in my future with them. Of course I also just bought 5 fat quarter bundles of 30s prints from Thousand of Bolts since they had them on sale for $12.95 a pack. I should be set on the prints for several quilts now.

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  • auntiemern
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    Falling Scrappy 4 Patch

    This is what I managed to get done our first 2 days of vacation at Lake of the Ozarks...hubby fishes at night, and I sew. I made the scrappy 4 patches first without any idea what I was actually going to do with them. Then decided to do a Falling 4 patch out of them. I used a retro 30's charm pack. I think I may start on another one today. This will go to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital PICU. If you are new, and interested in making quilts for these ill and injured kids, check out my group. PICU Quilts in Honor of Gabe. (my grandson)
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