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Thread: Comfy Wrap and a Fall Harvest Panel

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    Senior Member Wendys Quilts's Avatar
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    Comfy Wrap and a Fall Harvest Panel

    Someone made a thread regarding a fireside snuggler and I remembered I had made these wraps for my family. They were very easy to make. You just use on Jelly Roll. I got the pattern from Moda's website. I can't remember if they called them Comfy Wraps or Pure Comfort. Anyway, that is where I got that pattern from. The Fall Harvest is just a panel that I quilted and hung at our front door. My five year old son really was excited when he saw it hanging there.

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    Love the wraps and the wall hanging! Nice job all the way around!

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    I like the comfy wraps, might be something nice to make for nursing homes. No matter what temp might be in them, some people were just born chillie. Would like to know how you made them if that would be possible.
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    Here is the website
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/08/...mfort.html?m=1

    It was very easy directions. It is called Pure Comfort. I used warm and natural batting and my backing is flannel


    Quote Originally Posted by JabezRose View Post
    I like the comfy wraps, might be something nice to make for nursing homes. No matter what temp might be in them, some people were just born chillie. Would like to know how you made them if that would be possible.
    Wendy
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    very nice!!!!
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    Thank you, even have a sister that would like one for Christmas.
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    Those wraps do look comfy and you have great models. They are beautiful. I love the panel too. It looks great there with your leaves and pumpkin. How fun to have your son appreciate it.
    DEB CAVAN

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    My husband and my son are my biggest fans lol.
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    nicely done
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    All very nice

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