Here they are folks!! The finished products! All three are SOOO proud of themselves. And truly, I did VERY little to help on the tops. Each of the older girls did at least 90% of the sewing, and ALL of the ripping. I helped the 5 year old a bit more, of course. And I did all the quilting and binding. I DID learn my own lesson, however—when teaching children this young, use a larger seam allowance. The standard Quilters 1/4 inch was just tooooo small. No wiggle room. Obviously, this means only super duper simple patterns can be used, but that’s all a wise person would use on young kids anyway, right??!! Here you go!
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- Summer vacation means Soap, Soap, and MORE SOAP! butterflyangelsquilting.com/2017/06/14/sum… https://t.co/xBh25vCt31 2 weeks ago
- Perfecting the Swirl butterflyangelsquilting.com/2017/05/19/per… https://t.co/m6z1wlrl8g 1 month ago
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