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Thread: The extra TIC blocks in baby quilts

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    They're both about 36" by 47". I switched the blocks around for one.

    Sigh... I now have three baby quilt tops to quilt. They're too small to take to the quilters, but I sure do not look forward to doing the quilting myself, especially after seeing the gorgeous artwork quilting on here. I'm afraid I'm going to wreck them. :|

    Oh--these will get a green binding--maybe light on one and dark on the other.
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    Bambum...They are beautiful - GREAT JOB!!!!!!!
    I hear you with regards to the quilting...the small ones go ok - if I follow Stitch in the ditch, etc. but I don't have a machince for free motion quilting....

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    Lockeb--Thank you!

    I feel safe with stich in the ditch too--but that open space won't work with that. I'm going to need to practice before I try them. Yuck. I need a friend who loves to quilt--hates to make tops. We'd have a lovely relationship. :-D

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    Very pretty!!! I bet you come up with an awesome quilting idea :D:D:D

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    Oh, I can SEE lots of neat quilting, but I can't DO it. :roll:

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    They're both beautiful but that 2nd one is a really neat setting.

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    Very pretty. I love that light floral fabric. Great job.

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    WOW those look great

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    They're both beautiful. Yes, Karla, you can do it!!! You CAN do it!!

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    Beautiful, Karla!
    I got a machine with freemotion control now. It is alot of fun to do, but takes practice and coordination. You did a great job with these tops.

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