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Thread: "Summer Road Trip" Baby Boy Quilt

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    Senior Member Z Any Mouse's Avatar
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    "Summer Road Trip" Baby Boy Quilt

    I learned a tough lesson about the wiley ways of bias edges with this one, but persevered and won. Note to self: Starch is your friend, and measuring the center of the quilt for borders is not always a waste of time.

    Behold - the Incredible Walking Quilt, and then spare blocks added to the back.
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    This is really beautiful! Thanks for sharing! I'm about to start a baby boy quilt and this has given me some nice ideas.

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    You have me laughing
    Starch is my friend...

    very nice

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    A lovely little quilt. Learned lessons are a good thing ;-)
    I have chosen to be happy because it is good for my health - Voltaire

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    So cute. I love the trucks!

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    It looks great! They tube quilt tutorial looks so simple and the design opportunities look so inviting. They don't mention the pesky bias edges or FMQing over all the seam allowances that meet at the corners. Great job on conquering your quilt.

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    Very pretty. Love what you did with the back.

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    That beautiful. Love the fabric.

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    I love your colors and the way you did the back. Great job.

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    very nice quilt....I have never pieced the back of a quilt, now I know I will , yours is great. Both front and back.

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