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Thread: Need help figuring out this quilt

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    Really cute as can be and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    So pretty! What a great way to put a quilt together! Looks like it would be fun to do!

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    Ooh, it's so pretty!! Looks fairly simple to put together too!! Good luck.
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    Wish I could help you but that is one adorable baby quilt.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I just bookmarked this pattern...I have a jelly roll that is crying out to be used. This will look perfect with it. I think the 50" by 53" is a bit big for a crib...I want to say 40" X 50" would be oversized enough....But, we each have our own preferances....
    Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)

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    the pattern is by Artichoke Collection and called All Wrapped Up.
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    This is a very sweet design. Please don't get hung up on exact details. Made with either 2.5 or 3" strips, it would be lovely. Since I don't know the size of the original, it would be impossible to know exactly, but I suspect it was designed for jelly rolls. The same thing could be made in blues and greens for a boy, with a star, a puppy, or other applique at the crossing. When I make crib quilts, I go with 41x54, or thereabouts so that the backing does not need to be pieced and because I prefer to work with Thermore batting. Of course, if you are not worried about piecing segments, you could do this as 4 QAYG units, adding the applique later.

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    It is now on my to-do list too.

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    Thanks, QuiltnNan for running down the designer of this quilt for me!

    Watson

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    Beautiful quilt. Good luck figuring out the math part. I think you could make it up to fit about any width, but suspect it was a jelly roll.

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