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Thread: How to make a quted baby changing mat using two fat qtrs.

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    How to make a quted baby changing mat using two fat qtrs.


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    LOL...Quilted...baby changing mat....it was way to early this morning... ; )

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    that's cute... thanks for sharing
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    cute idea, but I think I would add a layer of plastic somewhere in-between "just in case"...will have to make one for new grand baby.....

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    cute idea.

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    what a really great tutorial. I think I might add a piece of vinyl to protect the floor, but than again, it might get too stiff or break up if used repeatedly (passed down to use with other babies, etc)

    I love the way it is put together. What a good job they did.

    Thanks for sharing the tutorial. HUGS to all
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