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May 29, 2012



it's beautiful!!! I love the border with the kids' signatures....lovely!!
XXXX Alessandra

Fleur Cotton

How beautiful...and so personal.

We don't have 'teacher appreciation week' in the UK. Is it just about giving gifts? I think this teacher definitely won the 'best gift received' prize in the staffroom.

Have a happy week.
Fleur xx


What a thoughtful gift! She'll treasure the quilt every time she looks at it. lucky teacher! I wish I received gifts like that!! (I'm the one who ends up making them for my preggers students!)

Donna Baker

Wow that was so thoughtful of you---I think it came put wonderful!!! love to see new ideas using hst!! Will pin this for future reference!

Denise in PA

Oh, Jessica, it's so beautiful! I'm sure she was thrilled with it. The kids' names was a perfect touch!


So sweet!


I love that idea for the name stitching - you did a beautiful job :) As a teacher I would be so grateful to receive a quilt like that!

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Such and adorable and thoughtful thing to do. We love the quilt too!

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what a thoughtful gift! I think this teacher definitely won the 'best gift received' prize in the staffroom.Have a happy day.

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