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I really, really made some headway on the Kids Will Be Kids quilt. I finished the top borders and the blocks and then the bottom border and the inside border of one of the sides. I have some work to do in QuiltCad in order to connect them. So I'm giving up for the night.

I'm leaving to attend my daughter's graduation so I won't be quilting again until Friday.

My eye was kind of funky today, hope things are okay.

Getting my quilting mojo back! Pic maybe tomorrow.

Gloria

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  1. Hi! I just came across your blog, and I can't wait to read your archives, and become a new fan! I just saw the kids will be kids quilt, at a shop on vacation, and I can't find where the pattern is located. I know the shop said from a certain month, in a certain magazine, but I can't remember either. I repeated the name over and over, but with all the pretty colors and fabrics, my mind became mush! I hope you can help!

    I love your quilt!!!

    Thanks!

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  2. Hi, "Kids Will Be Kids" is in the November 2008 edition of The Quilter Magazine. Be careful, though, the directions in the magazine are wrong so check out the site's correction. Let me know if you have any other questions.

    Gloria

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