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Thread: Pattern for Baby Quilt

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    lol that answered that..... I just watched a video for making the "Super size nine patch" from what I watched I would only be using 3 fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nygal View Post
    How about something like this? That way you don't have to cut up those cute printed fabrics too tiny.

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    That would be MY pick. Such a pretty pattern and BEAUTIFUL fabrics. I am sure anything would be gorgeous with those fabrics. Be sure to post a picture when done.
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    How about a disappearing 4 patch to 9 patch?

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    my suggestion would be warm wish the pattern is free .

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    I just done a few with 4-patch with an alternating solid. They were easy and turned so cute.
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    Yellow brick road is super fast and you wont lose the effect
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    Quote Originally Posted by Billie G View Post
    I was just going thru some papers the other day & ran across a"Super-Sized Nine Patch" I don't know where I got it, must be off the 'net. Across the bottom of the page it reads,"Quiltmaker-May/June '06* Copyright @2006 Primedia Inc. All rights reserved" I hope this helps you.

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    I make quilts for Project Linus & that's a pattern I've used for them. I think it's on the Quiltmaker web sit (or I have the .pdf if anyone wants it). I love it!
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    thank you for all the replies, I really appreciate all the suggestions!

    Do any of you make a drawing of your quilt before cutting and if so what do you use to do that?

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    I would make Eleanor Burns' Quick Trip around the World with these six fabrics.

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    I like to use the Yellow Brick Road patten for a QUICK baby quilt. I also like to throw in some texture blocks, such as Chenille, or crinkle block, or even have thrown in a few flannel block..... it give the quilt more texture and babies like feeling things...

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