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2009 Quilts

These are the quilts I purchased in 2009 which are in various stages which I have recorded here for posterity. I will provide photos when time allows.

1. Hungry Caterpillar (Completed)
2. Kids Will Be Kids (Completed)
3. Double Delight (some blocks finished)  Pattern was not downloaded so I'm abandoning it.
4. Joy Luck
5. Little Gems
6. Ticket Tasket
7. Trees
8. Civil War
9. Lazy Angle
10. Grocery Bag
11. Laundry
12. Potato Bag


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