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Thread: Log cabin baby quilt with Teddy bear quilting

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    Member grannylou's Avatar
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    Oh how cute! I love the quilting. I have not gotten the nerve to try machine quilting yet.
    Grannylou

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    very nice baby quilt ,great job on it
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I love this baby quilt and the quilted bear paws were just great Thanks for sharing your work with us.

    Pat
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    Love it! Great work!
    Peace is one of His greatest gifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emlee51 View Post
    Love it all!!! I'm doing a bear wallhanging...are the paws your design, and is there a pattern? I have just a small border, but I think it would look great having them all around it.
    Hi Emlee, The paws are my own design. I PM'd you. I have used paw prints a few times. Once on my DSM, before I got my LA on this childs quilt: Puss in the center an exercise in FMQ
    On that one I did background fill to make the paw prints stand out as well as being able to do them continuous with no starts and stops. Wow, when you look at that I certainly have come far in my quilting! LOL

    The other I did an accent in corner blocks here: "Cat Tangles" quilted by Feline Fanatic
    On this one they were not continous. I did the palm pad, stopped locked threads cut and then did each individual toe pad. But because they were just a single print in a cornerstone it wasn't an issue. For a border, I would figure out a way to make them continous.

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    that is precious

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    Wonderful job it is great.

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    Cute quilt. Love the colors. The quilting is great.

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    Sweet quilt!

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    Oh how cute. Love the colors and absolutely love the quilting.
    Love to quilt

    Gloria C

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