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Thread: All in a Row Baby quilts

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    Super Member thimblebug6000's Avatar
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    All in a Row Baby quilts

    My DD chose the fabrics for these twin baby quilts for her friend & I chose the pattern from Leni Levenson Wiener's "3-fabric quilts" book and made them up for her. They have warm & natural batting & an Arctic fleece backing. Name:  Finished001_edited (Small).JPG
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    Neat quilts.

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    Really nice work!!!

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    nicely done
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    OH, my they look so cozy. I really like the pattern too

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    Verry pretty!
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    Cute quilts.

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    I haven't attempted to use fleece for backing but it does look extra cozy. Is it difficult to quilt?

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    oh, very nice tbug!
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    ​Great quilts and nice cozy backs!

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