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Thread: looking for an elephant quilt block pattern

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    Super Member WTxRed's Avatar
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    I was just going to mention irishPhoenix's quilt and her choice of fabric to you - it's really adorable!
    Her thread is Baby /Childs quilt or wallhanging?
    And this fabric comes in pink too... oh heck i may have to make one just in case lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTxRed View Post
    I was just going to mention irishPhoenix's quilt and her choice of fabric to you - it's really adorable!
    Her thread is Baby /Childs quilt or wallhanging?
    And this fabric comes in pink too... oh heck i may have to make one just in case lol.
    I love the pink lol!! One of each colour you would be prepared for every eventuality - apart from twins!!
    if you want I can send you my design-I havn't typed it up yet though! Iwas going to post it on my blog at some stage, I have just been a bit slow with organising things

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    Here is an adorable paper pieced elephant block. I have this pattern PM me if you would like to have it. http://penguinandfish.blogspot.com/2...i-all.html?m=1
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    They have a cute applique one here: www.victorianaquiltdesign.com. Click on pattern page, then go to past patterns & scroll down until you find it. It also has a lion, giraffe & a hippo. If all else fails you could get a coloring page online & do an applique that way. Anyway you go, I'm sure it will be cute. Happy hunting & sewing Great Auntie!! Congratulations.
    Vonda-Texas MiMi of 4 Beautiful Grandbabies

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    My usual approach is to go to coloring pages, download a picture then applique it.

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