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Thread: Baby quilt

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    Senior Member Rylandon3's Avatar
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    Here's the quilt I finished for my niece. She doesn't know if she is having a girl or boy, so she said she wanted a brightly colored quilt for either sex. I hope she is happy with this one...I just finished it and the shower is coming up soon.
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    Oh my! I really do like your quilt. Colors are so crisp and the quilt pattern compliments the colors.

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    Those colors are so bright a cheerful and they will look good in any nursery. Did you do the FMQ yourself? Very nice work.

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    It is wonderful for either sex. Love the bright colors.

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    Senior Member Rylandon3's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by sammygirlqt
    Those colors are so bright a cheerful and they will look good in any nursery. Did you do the FMQ yourself? Very nice work.
    What is the FMQ....the quilting part of it?
    I did not do the swirls...what does FMQ stand for???

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    Wonderful quilt!!

    FMQ is free motion quilting on a domestic sewing machine.

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    Great quilt. I know she will love it and it looks big enough that it can be used for years, which I think is a real plus.

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    This would also make a great Linus quilt project. Easy piecing and the size can be adjusted to meet requirements. The first border (4 fabrics) is subtle, but it really makes this quilt outstanding.

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    Your niece will love it, I am sure!

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    WOW! I love the quilt, the quilting, and the bright colors! Anyone would love to receive it!

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