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  1. Baby Quilt Are Not For Cuddles

    by , 03-13-2012 at 06:09 PM
    Baby Quilt Are Not For Cuddles
    Did you ever see a baby start to learn to try to roll over? Of course this proud Grandmother watched her new grandson perform this feat for the first time, yesterday, over the Internet using the Skype. How magnificent to have the technologies to be able to capture those first moments that would otherwise have gone unseen due to the miles that come between grandmother and grandson. Yet today, this proud grandmother is not only able to witness the first but ...
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  2. Choosing a name for your quilt is SEW important.

    by , 02-28-2012 at 07:07 PM
    Choosing a name for your quilt is SEW important.
    Love and care goes into each quilt. Each stitch, each piece of carefully chosen fabric takes time to lovingly create a baby quilt. Why not take time to name your quilt? To keep a quilt part your family, an heirloom, the name becomes important.
    Quilts stand the test of time, and so it will continue to bring warmth for years to come. The name for the quilt should be given great consideration.
    You can choose from unusual names, ...
  3. Starting A Quilt

    by , 02-28-2012 at 01:27 PM
    Whether you are a veteran quilter or a “newbie” just ready to begin your first baby quilt, like any great craftsman, having the right tools for the job and knowing how and when to use them is important to the success of your project.

    In my family quilting has been passed on from generation to generation. As a result, the new ideas and techniques, along with innovative tools and shortcuts have been passed on from one to another, so that the craft can continue to develop. Always ...
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  4. Choosing a Quilt Binding

    by , 11-06-2011 at 04:49 PM
    Choosing a quilt binding for your baby quilt should be done once the quilt is assembled. It is difficult to make a decision on what type of fabric should be used for the binding and how it will look on the quilt.

    Place your finished quilt top on either your design wall or lay it out on a bed or clean floor space. Now, you will be able to place potential binding fabrics alongside of the quilt top. Step back. Exchange fabrics and repeat.

    The quilt binding width ...
  5. Jeans Quilt

    by , 11-01-2011 at 04:25 PM
    I am almost finished with a jeans quilt. I plan to use a light weight flannel for the backing. Any suggests for a material for the quilt binding? Since the person I am sending the quilt to lives in Florida, do not want to use too heavy of a material.

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