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Thread: Instant gratification quilt!

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    This is a tiny baby quilt I popped together for a friend.

    Tumbling blocks in blue
    Name:  Attachment-64640.jpe
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    it may be tiny but it sure is cute!
    BTW how tiny is it?

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    PRETTY!!!

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    I think it turned out to be about 34x36 - my mind is slippery when it comes to details. I decided not to put a border on it to make it bigger...she just wanted something to hang over the crib.
    Shelly

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    That is beautiful! I love the colors. My mother in law is working on one right now with similar colors. You did an excellent job!

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    Very pretty. Thanks for sharing. Was it hard to do. I really like these quilts and it is on my someday list.

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    This one is also on my someday list!

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    jumperfamily~
    I really like this. YOu do really nice work!
    If I ever get to one of these, it will probably be called something like "crumbling blocks".

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    It sure doesn't look easy........I never tried one......no triangles, one of these days......lol good job :D :D

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    Nice! Which method did you use? I've seen tumbling blocks done a couple different ways, the most reasonable seems to be strip piecing.

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