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Thread: Flannel Baby Quilt

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    Senior Member Yellow Bird's Avatar
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    Flannel Baby Quilt

    My husband's niece is due in May. She and her husband have chosen a name, but I opted to keep it 'generic' because she is well known from changing her mind!

    Simple pattern made of flannel. The back is cut from a fleece throw Walmart was unloading for under $5 and the binding is 'fancy satin'.

    I would prefer never to use the satin type binding again - at least the prepackaged kind, what a PITA!

    Thanks for looking!
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    Sewww cute!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Love it - love the blue and yellow - and thanks for the warning about the binding.
    Nikki in MO

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    I have friends in Pasadena, Ca. named Bob & Sue Sloat. I was wondering if they might be relatives.

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    Really nice work!

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    Thanks! Actually the colors are pale lime green, brown and pale blues.
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    Yes, I used the satin binding when I first started to quilt. Never used it again - you are right - it was awful!

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    How cute and quick too...well except or the Satin binding. LOL

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    nicely done.
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