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Thread: Whimsical baby quilts

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    Super Member Ripped on Scotch's Avatar
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    Can you send me the pattern too? That looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by tula
    love your quilt. How can I get a copy of the pattern? I have not seen a puff quilt in that manner before
    me tooooooooo

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    wow, thanks for the links and information on this thread

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    I'm ready to hook the front and back together.

    Which is the best way to hook the front and back together?
    Quote Originally Posted by LoisN View Post
    I've made several Puff Quilts for babies. I use flannel and they are very soft and cuddly. Of course the fabric combinations can really make them as whimsical as you want. I'd be glad to share the pattern.

    for triplets-the center is the same with different coordinating fabrics
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    i am ready to put the top and bottom together how do I hook them down?

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    I have just googled images for whimsical baby quilt patterns. Quiet a few. Do you have a copy of quilters world ' quick and easy quilts spring2013 . Inside is an adorable baby quilt : Sri
    Es of green going from top to bottom about 6 inches wide with funky funks head tail and hand feetpeeping out from different places. It makes me laugh every time I look.
    It's called peekaboo monkeys.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Oh, man. Can you image a puff quilt like this in Dr. Sesus fabric!

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    Three bears quilt..

    Don't remember where I saw this, saved the picture to my computer, so I can make this for a friend. Looks like I can do it without a pattern...I'm sure you can too. Applique any animales. I may do dogs...
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    Last edited by Ellageo; 03-16-2013 at 05:37 PM.

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    on the puff quilt how did you hook the bottom to the top? diane -a

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    I have made a puff quilt the same way cant find pattern how did you hook the top and bottom together?

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