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Thread: Pattern for Baby Quilt

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    Pattern for Baby Quilt

    I wanted to use these fabrics for a baby quilt (for a girl) but am having a hard coming up with a pattern any suggestions?

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    no idea for a pattern, but I really like your selection of fabrics!!!! I am sure someone will be by with a suggestion for you.

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    If you had one more fabric, you could make a Yellow Brick Road. How about a Trip Around the World? Or Take Five?
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    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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    warm wishes to really showcase the print fabric would be nice

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    do you know where I can find a free pattern for Yellow Brick Road? If I get one more fabric, do you think I should get another solid or another print? my local Joann store did not have much of a selections as far as baby prints go.

    thank you for your suggestions!

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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 was going to suggest a simple block pattern. A 9 patch would be great!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie View Post
    I was going to suggest a simple block pattern. A 9 patch would be great!
    I just looked up the super nine patch and it would be ideal. She could use the prints as the focus fabric in each block then finish out with the solids. I just googled "super size nine patch"
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    How about something like this? That way you don't have to cut up those cute printed fabrics too tiny.

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    GrannieAnnie - with the super size nine patch - say I make 3 blocks 1 each with the 3 different prints, then should I mix up the solids I use around the print? I can follow a pattern but coming up with a design is a weakness of mine :-(

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