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Thread: Maze Baby Quilt

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    Super Member orangeroom's Avatar
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    LOVED this!!! Printed out your pic and the one from this website...
    http://www.creativequiltgirl.com/2010/09/a-maze-ing-i/

    On my 'to do list.' Have all the strips even cut out as when I'm done with a project, whatever fabric is left over, is cut into 2 1/2" strips to use for 'something' in the future!!!
    Go forth and sew!

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    Love your quilt, the story behind it, your son, and you for making it and sharing it with us! I have to admit - I did have to work the maze!

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    I would love to make tbis for a queen/king size bed. Do you think it would be too much to ask you for help/instructions? It is amazing. The colors a so vivid! I love it.

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    I love your scrappy baby quilt. Lucky little one.

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    what a lovely quilt
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    Very pretty!
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    cool! don't forget to share ;-)
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    I think graphing it out on paper or computer is key to making this quilt manageable. Then just build one section at a time. None of the sections will be the same, so a design wall will be important. Maybe even pin notes to the different sections so they don't get mixed up.

    If you google Maze quilts, I'm sure you'll find better instructions out there. I really just winged it from the photo and graph paper. If you like doing puzzles, you'll have lots of fun doing this quilt.

    oh! I did think of one more thing. Make the white border wider than 2.5 inches to square the quilt.
    Last edited by DebraK; 05-11-2013 at 03:36 PM.
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    Perfect baby quilt....I am sure they will LOVE it!!! Thanks for sharing!!
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    I am just working on my scraps and this is a perfect idea!
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