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Thread: What would be a good design

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    I would stitch in the ditch around each block. Outline the Pooh Bears along their outline so they pop out a bit. That is how I normally longarm the t shirt quilts that I have done. I don't like to quilt through shirts as it takes away from what they say, so quilt around them as much as possible while making it able to last for years and through many washings.

    You did a great job!

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    I think I can handle doing that. Shouldn't be to hard really can't wait to get started. I want him to use it the first time I have him sleep in his twin bed.

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    Turned out great. He is going to love it. BrendaK
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    Thank you I hope he does

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    Love it! you can play "I spy" with it as he grows. Bet he never out grows it.
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    I love that its reversible because you didn't just fifths backing together, you made a whole second quilt top!

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    i figured when its to hot he might want a cooler fabric on him plus my plan was to make matching bed sheets and pillow cases in the back material

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    Really cute quilt! Maybe stitch in the ditch.

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    Nice quilt!! But with all the seams on that lovely back you pieced, I too would recommend machine quilting it, and it will be sturdier
    Quilts and cats just go together!

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