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Thread: Doll Quilt Makers Question

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    Senior Member MoMoSews's Avatar
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    I go to a certain quilt retreat twice a year where some of the ladies are always working on doll quilts. Is there a good reference or pattern book out there to get me started? I want to surprise them with one I made next time we meet.

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    Super Member LeslieFrost's Avatar
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    Chele has an ebook available! Or, you could do as I do -- just scale down a block you like and make about 12 of them in great colors!

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    Chele runs a monthly doll quilt swap. Take a look at some of those threads. There are so many ideas, and beautiful little quilts. Each person posts a picture of the quilt they receive. Link to the May swap: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-118025-1.htm

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    Senior Member MoMoSews's Avatar
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    Thanks! I take a look!

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    If you want traditional looking quilts, the "Little Quilts" gals from Marietta, GA have a couple of great books. As does Kathleen Tracey--"American Doll Quilts".

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