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My aunt and uncle drove down from New Hampshire for my graduation (!) tomorrow, and Aunt Cathy brought back the quilt I made her so I could get a decent photo.
It was nice to see the quilt again, but great to have Cath and Tom visiting for a few days.  My dad's here too, I feel so loved~


  1. Congratulations on your graduation!!! Great quilt. I love the patchy parts that blend in with the other fabric.

  2. The bursts of patches on that quilt are so dynamic. And a huge congratulations to you, graduate!!

  3. Congrats on your big day of graduation! How wonderful. Your quilt is great too. I need to take a tour to photograph some of my quilts, lucky you this one came to you!

  4. Congratulations on your Graduation!! I know you've been working hard on getting to this day! Big Hug to you! Miss seeing You and your quilty projects! Love this quilt!

  5. Congratulation on your graduation!

  6. Congratulations on your graduation!!

    We hope to see you this summer,Boo reminded me we have a Spinach pie making lesson! hugs!

  8. Congratulations! And may I say, that is a beautiful quilt! Great job!


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