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Thread: Need pattern for baby boy quilt

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    Smile Need pattern for baby boy quilt

    Hello everyone. I'm hoping someone here can lead me to a pattern for some type of vehicles. Planes, cars, trucks, etc. I'd like something that could be made with primary solid colors. I was thinking maybe some of you have seen this type of pattern in your searches. Thanks.
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    I ordered the kit "Caterpillars" from McCall's Quick Quilts. It is perfect for a boy. It has primary colors. It has solid colors. It is in the August/September 2012 issue. Let me see if I can upload a picture of the pattern. Just a second.Name:  2012-12-22 002 2012-12-22 003.jpg
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    http://www.keepsakequilting.com/prod...LT-PATTERN.htm

    I saw this the other other day when I was looking at the Keesake Quilting site. Sounds like what you are after- trucks & primary colors. Looks perfect for a boy.

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    Found some lovely fabric suitable for this at amazon uk
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    I believe Pam Bon has patterns for what you are looking for.

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    Thank you all. jcrow, your caterpillar quilt is really cute.
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    Check out Fat Cat patterns:

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    I usually get a panel and then border it, or get a striking fabric and use it for a panel. Here's one of them. It's a simple quilt, but very colorful. It's made from a fabric, not a panel, that I got at Hancock's while I was in Ohio last summer,
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    Maryquilts.com has many free patterns. I've used the quick strippy pattern- 6 1/2" by width of fabric strips of truck fabric alternated with skinnier strips. Quick and easy, add borders if you need it wider/longer. I'm not sure if you're looking for patterns to piece vehicles

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisalovesquilting View Post
    Hello everyone. I'm hoping someone here can lead me to a pattern for some type of vehicles. Planes, cars, trucks, etc. I'd like something that could be made with primary solid colors. I was thinking maybe some of you have seen this type of pattern in your searches. Thanks.

    The fabrics you use are far more important than the pattern. That being said, a couple focus fabrics with Red/Yellow/blue rail fence pieces in the WARM WISHES pattern would certainly fit your bill.
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