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Thread: a few quilts for "Littlest Warrior"

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    All are very nice quilts. Love the 2nd one with the dark fabric.
    Live and let live!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    The backing they wanted solid, no seams ... and the front, generally they were keeping the seams away from the centre area, so that it did not rub thru the layers to the baby, being that the baby would be more in the centre of the quilt. As I said, I;m sure every hospital has different "rules", as to what they believe is best for the preemies in their care.
    The place where I send them doesn't put them directly on the baby. They are placed on top of the incubator. By the time the baby is ready to go home (and the quilts do go home with the baby), the seams probably aren't as much of an issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojosnana View Post
    You have been very busy doing such thoughtful work. I loved your title
    Do you mean "Littlest Warrior"? I can't take credit for that. There's a lady on another quilting forum who makes 100 of these every year for the Naval Hospital. I think she might have come up with that title.

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    Very nice quilts. I'm sure the babies will love them, and keep warm.

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    They are all nice, and the impact of color in the second is excellent!
    Stephanie in Mena

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    Each one is beautiful. Bless you for your generous heart, and quilt hugs to all the preemies and their families.

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    They are wonderful.

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    Those are great quilts and for such a nice cause. It will make the parents real really loved to know someone cared enough to make their wee baby a quilt.


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    very cute and cheerful!

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    They are all so beautiful just like the one who made them!

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