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Thread: The Baby Gifts are Finished, Now I just need a Baby!!

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    So cute! I know you're excited. Get some rest while you still can!

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    I just used flannel on both sides. I taped two pieces of computer paper together and traced a dessert plate on each end and then just drew the curved line to connect the lines, to make the pattern. It was so easy. I did put batting in the middle, but I am not sure you would have too. When I was making them, my husband came in and said that my son in law wouldn't like the flowers. So I made the camo cloths for him...

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    They are all so cute !! I'm with you, I'm expecting my first grandchild in May. They don't want to know if it's a boy or girl, they want to be surprised !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura3
    I just used flannel on both sides. I taped two pieces of computer paper together and traced a dessert plate on each end and then just drew the curved line to connect the lines, to make the pattern. It was so easy. I did put batting in the middle, but I am not sure you would have too. When I was making them, my husband came in and said that my son in law wouldn't like the flowers. So I made the camo cloths for him...
    LOL!! He wouldn't like flowers!!! Oh Well, some men are that way!!!
    I'm not sure they would need batting but flannel would make them more absorbent than regular cotton fabrics.

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    Just love that Little Hoot!

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    very nice i make burp cloths for newborns in need

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
    Very nice!! My first grandbaby is due in May and I have been so bad, I havn't made anything yet, except a couple of nursing covers.
    What did you make your burp cloths out of? I was thinking about making some with flannel on the front and maybe terry cloth on the other side. Or flannel on one side and a nice print on the other. Mine is supposed to be a boy.
    I make my burp cloths using a piece of fabric sewn on a cloth prefolded diaper. I'll locate the link and add it here: http://projectsforyournest.blogspot.com and in her search box you can type in Basket of Burpies and she has a tute for it. Very easy and according to my DIL they are better than the store bought ones.

    Kathi in PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura3
    Here are the gifts I have been making for my granddaughter who will arrive in June. They say its a girl, but if its a boy I may have to "Pay it Forward" to someone who is having a girl!!

    Thanks for Looking.....
    I love the minkee quilt, it is very soft and cuddly looking!! Congrats and June is not far away!!!

    Kathi in PA

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    I love all of it!

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    Very cute!

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