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January 15, 2012


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Wow! What a darling doll quilt. I love the rick rack edge. I've always wanted to do that, but have been afraid. Thanks for your tutorial. It will sure help. thanks for the links too. I'm off to go watch them. I'll have to link to your post. It is great!


First of all you did a beautiful job!!! Amazing tutorial. I have wanted to try adding ric rac before but have been too chicken. I think your niece loved it. She looks so sweet in the pic.


That is a sweet quilt, Stephanie. I do love the jumbo rick-rack for the binding. Very nice. Rick-rack makes all things good :D


Very cute quilt! I like the ric rac. I've never used any of the jumbo ric rac but have thought of buying some a few times. Maybe next time I see some I'll buy it. How much did you use for your doll quilt?


Oh hon - this is way too darling - the rick rack is the perfect touch! No wonder she loved it, I would too!

Maggie Szafranski

Cute doll quilt! I just love rickrack!


cute, cute!! Loved the pics on facebook too!


Soooo cute! Your niece will treasure it for years. I still have a doll quilt my Grandma made for me when I was a little girl.


So cute! It is just adorable :)

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