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Thread: Baby Quilt - to be done by Sunday! **FINAL PIC ADDED PAGE 5 - PARENTS OPENING THE QUILT**

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    Mary, that top is very nice! Definitely 'feminine' if not 'girly' :D
    Your quilt inspectors sure did go to town checking it all out for you, didn't they LOL. I'll be looking forward to Weds. pics!

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    OOOOh boy, I hope your inspectors don't have their claws!

    Looks very nice, by the way!

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    Your quilt is very modern, but still very girly! Great job! I think your cats would agree!

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    Your quilt top looks great. Since they like modern, I think it is plenty feminine! Great job. I mostly quilt diagonals across my quilts, havn't gotten the free motion quilting down yet either. It will look wonderful whatever you do. :)

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    Love the black kitty....he or she seems so interested in what the other cat is doing. Waiting for a chance to join in. LOL

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    Mary-I love the Amy Butler fabrics and I think they are very girly. You might get this quilt done a lot faster if you did not have so much "help"!! :D But, your kitties are adorable-makes me miss mine.

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    I quilt baptismal quilts for church and I love your bright pattern for the front. I like to keep the quilt 'baptismal white' so I border in white and usually back in white. It's such a wonderful thing for u to do. Good luck

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    Very pretty quilt.

    I've had that problem with the bobbin thread and I sometimes end up with pieces of thread up under the needle so I have to tear apart and pull out the thread then it's back to normal. Hope this helps

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    oooooooooo pretty :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by GMA
    I quilt baptismal quilts for church and I love your bright pattern for the front. I like to keep the quilt 'baptismal white' so I border in white and usually back in white. It's such a wonderful thing for u to do. Good luck
    Thats a good idea, I might see what nice white fabrics for the backing they have when I go to the store tomorrow. I like the idea of white - there is plenty colour on the front I think!

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