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Shari

What a wonderful project. And quilters in the making. I love hearing about these quilts.

Annik

How nice to see the works of these small children, I bet they are very proud. Very smart to use fleese, that's a good idea to follow

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It has been a pleasure (and sometimes a challenge) to work with Miss Matilda’s Grade two class this term on a quilt project.

Cheryl

What a great job those 7 year olds did. Whoo Hoo!

Sarah

Way to go Helen! That is great! They did a great job. Very impressed : o )

Tracee

What clever little things they are to make such a great quilt. Hopefully some of them have caught the sewing & stitching 'bug' & will continue to do more. Tracee xx

Christine M

What a great job the kids did on their mini beasts!

Miche'le Armstrong

Helen that turned out great. If I remember rightly I can think of when you were trying to work out what project 7 year olds could stitch. What a bonus having tesselations thrown in too - both topics beg to be made into quilts and you and your pair of helpers have helped the kiddies do an amazing job - congratulations.
hugs - Miche'le

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