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Thread: Sail Boat baby quilt?

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    Ioftheneedle, you are very welcome. Please share with us whatever you actaully make. Whatever the pattern, sailboats can make delightful quilts.

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    sailboat

    I was looking for something else and came across a pattern I made. Perhaps this would work for you.
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    I did this one as one single block. I had some cute cotton moire fabric in white for the sails, some brown/blue swirly stuff for the boat bottom and then did the whole background in a dark blue mottled batik. I'd post a picture if I could. (don't bother sending me instructions--------this computer will NOT post pics.)

    In fact, the little quilt was supposed to go somewhere, but the colors matched my couch so well that it's staying with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QM View Post
    I was looking for something else and came across a pattern I made. Perhaps this would work for you.
    Wow, thank you! I love light houses and boats and nautical! And a fairly simple pattern!
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    GrannieAnnie, enjoy it! I call this one Midnight Sail. Lots of rather simple designs work really well.

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    If you are still looking for a sailboat quilt..a boardmember here made a gorgeous sailboat quilt out of baby clothes and flannel. I tried to make a link but it didnt work. The person who made it is called buzzinbumble and if you do a search of posts the title of her post was 'sailboat quilt made using baby clothes and flannel.
    Maybe someone else knows how to do a link and will do so for you.
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    http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...uilt-block.htm

    I've done this one....but since I've not finished it, I've not taken a picture of it yet. It's on my list of quilt tops to finish up this year!

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