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Thread: Whimsical baby quilts

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    Does anyone know of a good web site that carries more whimsical quilt patterns? I tend to make a lot of baby quilts for friends/coworkers and i like more of the whimsical type themes. I find people who arent quilters seem to like these kinds better. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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    Here are some free whimsical patterns

    http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/kid_quilts.htm

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    Adorable!! Thank you.

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    You are very welcome :D:D:D

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    Oh, how cute! Thank you!

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    Love those geckos! :D

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    Thanks for sharing the web site!!

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    such cute patterns! I am always surprised by all the great free patterns out there.

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    I've made several Puff Quilts for babies. I use flannel and they are very soft and cuddly. Of course the fabric combinations can really make them as whimsical as you want. I'd be glad to share the pattern.

    for triplets-the center is the same with different coordinating fabrics
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    love your quilt. How can I get a copy of the pattern? I have not seen a puff quilt in that manner before

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    tula,
    send me a PM with your e-mail address and I'll e-mail the directions to you.
    Lois

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    The puff baby quilt is really cute. Does it take a long time to do? I have a great grand child due in Aug.'10. I'd make one if I could get the pattern. Thanks. Jean

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    www.javahousequilts.com is my favorite for whimsy. I've made a few of them.

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    Thanks for the whimsical baby quilt site, and also the puffed quilt idea

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    Not sure exactly what you mean by "whimsical" but I found this online once and think it is the awesomest thing. A robot quilt!

    http://gerberadesigns.com/triedandtrue/?p=24

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    Love those quilts! Would like a copy of the pattern too..
    Thanks for sharing those..

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    Thank you that is a very cute website!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat and pups
    www.javahousequilts.com is my favorite for whimsy. I've made a few of them.
    Thank you. That website has some very cute patterns!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lnordyke
    I've made several Puff Quilts for babies. I use flannel and they are very soft and cuddly. Of course the fabric combinations can really make them as whimsical as you want. I'd be glad to share the pattern.
    I love those ! Is it a hard pattern? I would be thrilled to have a copy of it. If I learn to reply properly that would help. Now i know why I have just lurked for a few years.
    Cant seem to get the hang of this, but i would love for you to share your pattern. Your quits are adorable :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterflyblue
    Not sure exactly what you mean by "whimsical" but I found this online once and think it is the awesomest thing. A robot quilt!

    http://gerberadesigns.com/triedandtrue/?p=24
    That is pretty cute... :lol:

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    Can you send me the pattern too? That looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by tula
    love your quilt. How can I get a copy of the pattern? I have not seen a puff quilt in that manner before
    me tooooooooo

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    wow, thanks for the links and information on this thread

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    I'm ready to hook the front and back together.

    Which is the best way to hook the front and back together?
    Quote Originally Posted by LoisN View Post
    I've made several Puff Quilts for babies. I use flannel and they are very soft and cuddly. Of course the fabric combinations can really make them as whimsical as you want. I'd be glad to share the pattern.

    for triplets-the center is the same with different coordinating fabrics
    Name:  Attachment-51486.jpe
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    i am ready to put the top and bottom together how do I hook them down?

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