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Thread: What pattern should I use to make this up?

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    Member Sew Cindy's Avatar
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    I am planning to make some baby quilts to give away and have a mental block as how I should make this up. There is enough to make two baby quilts. Suggestions? I love hearing your ideas.

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    I'd say Warm Wishes, with black or white in the middle of the striped block. You can google Warm Wishes and find it free online!

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    I think it would make up quickly and pretty with a three-strip rail fence.

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    I agree, if you want something quick but cute the railfence is a great idea. And if you want to make two different ones you could put the fabrics in a different order for the railfence. With strip sewing the process would go fast. :)
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    I think it would make up quickly and pretty with a three-strip rail fence.

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    Yes, I like the idea of a rail fence. I will start cutting fabric tomorrow. We have bad lighting at night in our hotel room.
    Thanks for the suggestion.

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    I like the idea of Warm Wishes, but it seems to call for 4 fabrics. I was hoping to make something with the three I have. Do you know of three fabric warm wishes? Thanks for the suggestion.

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    If they're a yard each you could do the Supersize 9 patch.
    <http://www.ashevillequiltguild.org/A...or%20Linus.pdf>

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    Have you seen the downy quilts that some do? That would be a good pattern. It is a four patch alternated with a solid block.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-40940-1.htm

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    I like the idea of the downy quilt

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    you could do a tams patch its realy easy the busses for the big blocks and the other two for the peiced blocks ive done a few baby quilts like that and they turn out realy nice or a rail fence is good to.

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