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Jenny M

Such a sweet basket quilt you made for Kathy and your quilt for the swap is lovely too.

LoriD

I know she will love it as I do too! I cannot wait for mine to arrive!

Gayle

I always get mesmerized looking at your quilts - the photographs are so beautiful & I can only imagine that the quilts are even more beautiful in person. After seeing all these doll quilts in blogland I'm regretting that I didn't sign up for the swap - sigh.....

Katy S

Love all of these quilts! You do such lovely work, Marian :). And isn't it fun to find and use up these little bits?

Helen F

MARIAN YOU ARE AMAZING THE WAY YOU KEEP CHURNING OUT THOSE TINY LITTLE DOLLS QUILTS!! THEY ARE ALWAYS GORGEOUS!!!

Meredithe

Gorgeous quilts Marian - you are amazing with what you achieve! Love your work, girl! xx

Robyns Nest

I was going to write some lovely comments here for you BUT.................. all I have to say is DITTO to what Gayle & Meredithe said they are 100% spot on !

Ruth

Several years ago I saw a display in a quilt shop of Kathy's first book and a little doll bed with one of the quilts on it and was so taken by it that I started making doll quilts. I have 2 of her books and I love making little quilts. Then I brought my own doll bed home from my Mom's and set it up in my bedroom. Since then I have acquired a second doll bed that is in the guest room. I just love the touch of having them in bedrooms and of course doll quilts look so cute on a table, wall or back of a chair. Yours are adorable!

Belarmina

felicidades !!!
preciosos los dos minis
saludos

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