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a quilt for Jason

Large or small, there's nothing frustrating about actually having the quilt completed.  A finish is a finish, after all..
It's tiny, 30 1/4" x 40"
Made with love for a little guy I hope I'll get to meet one day.
Hope to get this in the mail tomorrow~

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  1. What a great little fella quilt. Love the quilting too.

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  2. Love the lime green and the wavy quilting!

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  3. What a striking colour combination - perfect for a little boy :)

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  4. It's adorable. Jason and his parents will treasure it. What a thoughtful gift and a wonderful way to show them you care.

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  5. Love the bright fun colours. Great work.

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  6. Little guys need a small quilt to carry around - he will love it! I love the colors and the quilting!!

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