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Thread: For anyone looking for quick baby quilt pattern

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    Super Member ube quilting's Avatar
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    I love this pattern and it is fast, good for boys and girls
    and you can make it any size you want. I posted this info a couple of weeks ago and this time I'm adding pictures. The pattern is from Quick Quilts Magazine; Dec/ Jan 2011, page 40. I love to use polka dots. Don't be afraid of piecing curves. this small quilt top was done in a day and was my first curved piecing. It is not demanding and does not require perfection!
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    Very pretty-I like the lace you are putting around the edges.

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    What a cute baby quilt! I've been wanting to try a drunkards path, and this one looks so quick and easy, and simply beautiful!

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    How cute! I need a baby pattern so will go look in back issues for this one.

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    how can it be easy to do circles?? I keep wanting to, but it looks SO hard........

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    beautiful, thanks for sharing

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    That is really so very nice! How do you finish the binding with the lace?

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    I want to know how to do the binding with lace, also>

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    Adorable quilt! :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper
    That is really so very nice! How do you finish the binding with the lace?
    I used instructions in the Rodale Quilt Book
    'The Quilters Ultimate Visual Guide", Page 52. It was easy to do, not unlike doing prarie points. In this same book, I refer to all the time when I'm stuck, Is another edge treatment called the Rose Petal Trim on pg. 98 that I want to try real soon! hope this gives you some inspiration and many thanks to you!

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