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Thread: Finished Baby Quilt for a Little Girl

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    Super Member Vivian Ketron's Avatar
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    OOOps. Looked closer and that is not the block I made but similiar. I will have to try that block.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/BarbAndVivsQuilts?view_type=gallery

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    You did a beautiful job with this!!
    God, Wonderful Family, Great Health, Awesome Friends, Quilting & Chocolates - - What more could a girl be blessed with!!

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    Wow you do amazing work for a newbie! Love your quilt and the quilting!! Such an addicting pass time
    Grama Laura

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    A darling quilt for a little girl. As for borders that do not buckle, years ago I was taught to measure at the center of the quilt and use that measurement to cut the border fabric. You might give that a try. It has worked very well for me.
    Draw close. Hold hands. Life is short. God is Good. (Jan Karon)

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    Beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing it with us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoozeeDoozee View Post
    A darling quilt for a little girl. As for borders that do not buckle, years ago I was taught to measure at the center of the quilt and use that measurement to cut the border fabric. You might give that a try. It has worked very well for me.
    I agree with this. Measure the vertical center to get the measurements to cut the borders for the long sides and then measure the horizontal center to get the measurements to cut the borders for the top and bottom. The quilt is very pretty!!!
    Gloria 

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    Great job! The fabrics in your quilt are fantastic.

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    So nice! I love everything about this quilt!!!

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    Your quilt is beautiful. Love your colors and quilting is beautiful. Also love your optimism about the eventual grandchild. You also brought up a very interesting point...not sure if you love quilting yet. I have been quilting for more than 30 years and there are days I just hate the whole process or at least part of the process. One thing I do know for sure, I love the colors of quilting. My favorite part is buying fabric with my best friend and having lunch out afterwards. The rest, not so much!

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    Beautiful quilt! I love the quilting you did on it! Great job!

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