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Thread: Looking for easy baby boy quilt pattern

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    Senior Member Wholeheart Mom's Avatar
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    Looking for easy baby boy quilt pattern

    My lovely niece is having a baby boy in a month, and I would love to make a quick crib quilt for her. I am looking for a nice, easy pattern, intermediate level, that I can reasonably complete within the next month.

    Any suggestions, ideas, link to patterns, etc. will be greatly appreciated.
    I am a homeschool mom to four little ladies, a prayerful wonderer and marveller, a spirit-filled dancer, a meek and mighty warrior, and a friend to many small creatures. Nice to meet you!

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    Warm Wishes is a cute easy quilt. It was developed for Linus to be just that. It looks nice in all colors.

    http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/d...tml?idx=5185_#
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    Thanks Jean... warm wishes looks really doable.

    I also found this really cute one, but I don't like the gray: http://stitchyquiltstuff.blogspot.co...boy-quilt.html
    I am a homeschool mom to four little ladies, a prayerful wonderer and marveller, a spirit-filled dancer, a meek and mighty warrior, and a friend to many small creatures. Nice to meet you!

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    I really like the pieced airplane blocks for a boys quilt. There should be a pattern at www.quilterscache.

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    I think it's harder to find patterns for boys than for girls. Just my opinion mind you.

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    This is a double slice layer cake pattern by Missouri Star Quilt Co. It's very easy and cute. You could buy a "boy" layer cake or just use fabrics of your choice.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxC-0...248B6&index=32
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    http://quilting.about.com/od/quiltpa...lt-Pattern.htm

    not only fast but you can use your scraps. and make it blue!!!

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    Scroll down and look at "Easiest Baby Quilt Ever."

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    Quote Originally Posted by GagaSmith View Post
    This is a double slice layer cake pattern by Missouri Star Quilt Co. It's very easy and cute. You could buy a "boy" layer cake or just use fabrics of your choice.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxC-0...248B6&index=32
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    I made this up and it goes real fast cause of all the open areas.

    one is just an ohio star and the other is a pin wheel. Easy!

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    Here's one using the Warm Wishes pattern someone else has mentioned.
    Certainly easy enough, but I like the way it turns out. I've made several using this pattern. http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...w-t199316.html
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    If you are on Pinterest...I have a lot of boy quilt pictures that I gathered when I was looking in the past. http://pinterest.com/araustell/boy-quilts/

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    These are absolutely stunning. The photos in the monogram make it so unique.
    I am a homeschool mom to four little ladies, a prayerful wonderer and marveller, a spirit-filled dancer, a meek and mighty warrior, and a friend to many small creatures. Nice to meet you!

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    Thank you all for your suggestions! I need to make up my mind soon. I saw this one which caught my eye:

    http://www.bhg.com/crafts/quilting/f...bies-and-kids/
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    to ube quilting...can i ask what photo transfer paper you use, i have had a problem with fading with "printed treasures" brand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wholeheart Mom View Post
    Thank you all for your suggestions! I need to make up my mind soon. I saw this one which caught my eye:

    http://www.bhg.com/crafts/quilting/f...bies-and-kids/
    Hey! That is exactly where i got the idea for the two I posted for you. That is a great pattern. It is fast and easy and the addition of the letter makes it very special.
    peace

    EDIT : I'll look up what paper I used for the transfer and get back to you.
    peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nantie View Post
    to ube quilting...can i ask what photo transfer paper you use, i have had a problem with fading with "printed treasures" brand

    I used Printed Treasures transfer paper by Milliken. I think I got it at a JoAnns but not sure. It made very good clear copies of the pictures. It is for inkjet printers only.

    Good luck with the project. I'm excited to see what you do!
    peace
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    Nice, Thanks for posting.

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