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What size is a crib/cot quilt

Old 07-20-2008, 01:30 AM
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I have a panel to easy quilt but need to add sashings and not sure which size to make it???
Either for a moses basket or a cot.
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Old 07-20-2008, 10:57 AM
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Please--can anyone answer me???
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Old 07-20-2008, 11:00 AM
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I made a rag quilt for my daughter 30x34 and its a great size for the crib, floor or in the stroller.
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Hi campion!!! here is a link to another post that has some size charts on it
just scroll down alittle bit and you will find them, there are a couple of different ones.
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Thank you --I bought a panel to quilt but needed to add sashings and wondered how big to make it---it will be longer that 34 but that won't matter I suppose
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No I cant see it mattering. Just gives baby abit more blanket..
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Mgsahw and Loretta
Thank you those sites are very useful, I am in England and I our measurements are in centimeters---I get a little muddled with them---thanks again
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I love the internet for the conversion charts http://www.manuelsweb.com/in_cm.htm
Hope this helps you out.
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Thanks for the conversion---now i sound a bit of a dumbo---thanks,you are all so helpful on here
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I have tons of problems with converting stuff.. I always ask Dh and then i decided to check online one day and there are tons of calculators on the net!
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