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Hi, guys.

Sometime ago, my wife asked to me for something to put the quilts in our master room. After some search I made this.

I am still having problems with my forum connection.
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Not having any problems with the wood working, Alexis.

Another hand home project, well made.....

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Looks really nice Alexis.

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Looks nice Alexis. I too am married to a quilt addict so I feel your pain.

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Very nice Alexis
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Alexis my friend, this is a very nice photo array (it reminds me of the many that Harry Sinclair often posted) with helpful captions added-in. This project gave me a great gift idea for our youngest daughter, Rebecca; who is about to deliver grandchild #13 - Olivia. This post provides me with instructions for exactly what I need. I showed this to Joy and she agreed it will make a great gift for our daughter/granddaughter!

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Otis.

Is an honour for me that this small project inspired you to make a gift for your new grand child.

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Like always Alexis, another nice job
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extraordinaria

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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That is very nice, I wish I could do that.
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