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Thread: Baby Quilt Embroidery Blocks

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    Baby Quilt Embroidery Blocks

    I have been doing embroidery work because it help my RA fingers to stay flexible. I would like to embroidery cute simple baby blocks to make baby quilts. Does anyone have a good source for baby quilt block patterns. These could be animals, alphabet, fruit, clowns, etc.

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    I have used Aunt Martha's iron on transfers. I know I have seen 'kid' styles.

    Also coloring books would be another source.
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    I like aunt marthas iron ons but I get a lot of ideas from coloring books and coloring pages on the net. With these I just use my light box and trace them to fabric.
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    Here is a link to hershner's. They have kits available.

    http://www.herrschners.com/departmen...FWbZQgodjyAA6Q
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    Here are some of the ones at annies attic. They are so cute!

    http://www.anniescatalog.com/needlew...ml?cat_id=1111
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    I get most of my baby quilt blocks from Jack Dempsey, they are a Co. out of St. Louise Missouri. they also have the kits at our Crafts Direct Store.
    The Jack Dempsey e-mail address is info@jdneedleart.com I just checked the website Red Garnet222 posted and they are the same as Jack Dempsey, but Annie's is more expensive.
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    You can also google coloring book pages and find some cute ones, I always used coloring books for my appliques when my girls were small.

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