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Old 01-15-2010, 02:08 PM   #1
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Modified my useless crib bumper to make a teething rail guard


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Old 01-15-2010, 02:33 PM   #2
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Nice stuff! My mom is making a t-shirt quilt at the moment, too. What a neat idea!
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Cute! I love the tshirt quilt! Great idea for memories!
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Old 01-15-2010, 02:51 PM   #4
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Great work! I want to attempt a quilt made from my daughters baby clothing
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I really like how your t-shirt quilt came out! I'm trying to make one for my husband. I think yours might inspire me to get back on it! Nice job!
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My sister is making a TShirt Quilt for her son. She's using some of his old Tshirts that he had way too many of. It's slow going for her since she's not really that much into sewing. But, she'll get it done someday! Your's looks great! Good job!
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I love the rail guard idea! awesome stuff!
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Great stuff, I think the teething guard is my fav!
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I've always wanted to make a t-shirt quilt, how great!! Awesome stuff.
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Love it all...wonderful work. I wish I had been more crafty back when my kids were babies...the teething guard rail is wonderful. My oldest really did a job on his lip on the rail as a baby...wish I had thought of this back then!
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