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    I always get excited when someone is expecting a new baby! I buy the cross stitch baby blanket patterns to make. They always turn out to be the kid's comfort blankies. My daughter is 12 and still sleeps with hers!

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    I actually had one like that. It was my favorite and I slept with up until just a couple years before I left for college (given I just graduated from college a couple weeks ago).

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    Beautiful quilts all! I love the d9p with a colour for each block - great for a baby, or actually I'd like one myself! LOL Chele did a great pinwheel with prairie points a while ago - from the Moda bakeshop. Prairie points are great for babies cos they can fiddle with them. I made a smaller version myself from just blue and white as a wall hanging and it was very quick and easy - AND I'd never done prairie points before! http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/03/...aby-quilt.html

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    I like that pinwheel baby quilt. I've never made prairie points, but I'm willing to try. I've already put it on my favorites.

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    My absolute favorite Baby quilts are from Ursula Reikes books. She has a few books out there with that theme. Those books enable you to make baby quilts quickly while maintaining such a professional look. I've added embroidery to some of them and WOW.
    Good luck.

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    I am just finishing 2 quilts the same as Quiltnana's & they are very quick & really nice in the flannel.
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    You are describing the Disappearing nine patch. It is a great pattern and easy.

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    Where do you get the pattern for the hugs and kisses baby quilt?

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    Where do you get the pattern for the disappearing nine patch?

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    Here is a great tutorial for the disappearing nine patch:

    http://quiltsatcs.blogspot.com/2007/...-tutorial.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltgranny
    Hi,

    Here's a Disappearing Nine Patch I made last summer for our newest granddaughter. I added sashing to mine. All it took was one charm pack for the prints, a little bit of each of the Moda Marbles and 1.5 yd or so for the sashing and borders. I had enough leftovers of all, so added the piano key border. Went together quickly, too.

    Happy quilting,

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    Karla,
    I absolutely love that quilt.
    It is great for a baby or even a throw for nap time for adults!!! Whatever that is!!!!! HA HA.

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    I just posted a tutorial site on this board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingmimipj
    I just posted a tutorial site on this board.
    Yes, I saw that after I posted my reply....got the tutorial and I love it.

    Thanks...

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    Love your quilt. The colors are just gorgeous!! I looked at the tutorial for the disappearing 9 patch, but it is done in scrappy fabrics, and I just can't envision how you placed your colors to make your beautiful quilt.

    On the first block, is it a red square, then a white square, and then another red one. Second row, a white square, then a red one, and another white square. The third row, a red square, white one, and then a red one?


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    I've made a bunch of these. The D9P is one of my favorites and I prefer the patterned design over scrappy.

    For the quickest method, you can stach n wack 3 fabrics. You will need 2 strips of "A" fabric, 3 of your "Focus" fabric, and 4 of fabric "B". I use width of fabric, 6 inch strips. Then make strips sets: Set one and 3 are: A,B, F. Then 1 of B,F,B.

    Cut strip sets into 6 inch segments. Then assemble your nine-patch blocks through chain piecing. Then make the + cuts, swap, and once again chain piece the "super blocks".

    Will try to attach pics of a couple of these. Happy quilting!



    Again, quick and easy!
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    Cutting three rectangles sounds like the Anything Goes Quilt from EZQuilts.

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    I'll try attaching a file again.

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    This is my variation of a pattern I got from Keepsake Quilting a few years back. The original pattern had bears (panda, calico, etc.)
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    What is the name of that beautiful baby quilt, you got from Keepsake Quilting? I would love to get the pattern.

    Jo Ann

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilts again
    Cutting three rectangles sounds like the Anything Goes Quilt from EZQuilts.
    That is definitely it. Thanks! A friend of mine made a quilt with that pattern for our advanced sewing class in high school.

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    The Hugs and Kisses pattern can be found here:

    http://www.quiltpox.com/Patterns/Hugs/

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    The name of the pattern is "My Three Bears" Kids' Quilt
    Item KQ301 - Design by Janet Pittman
    Garden Trellis Designs
    370 S. 49th St.
    West Des Moines, IA 50265-2050
    515-223-6735

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    Thanks a bunch, it is just precious!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grammie2Twins
    I really like the one that is a nine patch and then cut up. I can't remember the name of it tho. It is really really easy and looks really cute. Hope you find one you like. Grammie2twins
    That's the Disappearing 9-Patch. I love that one. And I've learned it since Ive been on the board. I also love Kaye Wood's 6-hour quilt.

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    Another cute idea is a nursery rhyme (or other theme). Get a panel of prints that are used to make the little cloth children's books. Put sashing around each panel. Sew it to the batting and backing pillowcase style, then tie or do the turkey tracks. I've never done the turkey tracks, but saw it here on the board and am anxious to try it.

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