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Thread: For anyone looking for quick baby quilt pattern

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    Super Member ube quilting's Avatar
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    I love this pattern and it is fast, good for boys and girls
    and you can make it any size you want. I posted this info a couple of weeks ago and this time I'm adding pictures. The pattern is from Quick Quilts Magazine; Dec/ Jan 2011, page 40. I love to use polka dots. Don't be afraid of piecing curves. this small quilt top was done in a day and was my first curved piecing. It is not demanding and does not require perfection!
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    Very pretty-I like the lace you are putting around the edges.

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    What a cute baby quilt! I've been wanting to try a drunkards path, and this one looks so quick and easy, and simply beautiful!

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    How cute! I need a baby pattern so will go look in back issues for this one.

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    how can it be easy to do circles?? I keep wanting to, but it looks SO hard........

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    beautiful, thanks for sharing

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    That is really so very nice! How do you finish the binding with the lace?

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    I want to know how to do the binding with lace, also>

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    Adorable quilt! :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitchnripper
    That is really so very nice! How do you finish the binding with the lace?
    I used instructions in the Rodale Quilt Book
    'The Quilters Ultimate Visual Guide", Page 52. It was easy to do, not unlike doing prarie points. In this same book, I refer to all the time when I'm stuck, Is another edge treatment called the Rose Petal Trim on pg. 98 that I want to try real soon! hope this gives you some inspiration and many thanks to you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4dogs
    how can it be easy to do circles?? I keep wanting to, but it looks SO hard........
    Check out the tutorial that Alikat did yesterday on sewing curved seams. Put "curved seams" in the search bar and it is the second one. She explained them very well.

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    Beautiful quilt and I love the lace trim you're adding to it!!

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    These are all so sweet. Is there a pattern to follow for the 3d effect pinwheel. I have two grand babies due in Feb, within days of each other. I'm hoping one of them is a girl! Also on a similar note, can anyone give me the rough dimensions of a quilt for prem babies? Sadly my first grand daughter was stillborn in 2011 and I would like to make these tiny quilts to donate to the local maternity hospital. I did read somewhere, I think it was on here, about these being donated especially for such babies. I thought it was a lovely idea and I think it might save a parent or grandparent from the unenviable task of going to baby shops which are such happy places to buy a little blanket and tiny garments for a baby that isn't coming home.

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    That quilt is so cute!!

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    ​Sew sweet!

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