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Thread: For the babies

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    Senior Member Anna.425's Avatar
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    For the babies

    My neighbor had twins last week and of course I made them a quilt. I used a log cabin design and FMQ on my Brother Innovis 80. The stitching is a freehand loopy design with occasional hearts and flowers. I made it lap quilt size so that she has something big to throw on the floor when the babies are rolling around.Name:  Quilt Inspector 1.jpg
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    That is a beautiful quilt. I think the log cabin is such a neat pattern, and you can put it together so many ways.. Great job. She will love it.

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    What an attractive quilt, I'm sure she will appreciate it and love the colors.

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    Beautiful, thank you for sharing.

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    Looks like you did a great job with a kittys stamp of approval. I really like the colors and the layout you used!!!

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    Beautiful! Looks like the cat is claiming first dibbs on it

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    Great job! I've been thinking about that layout for a log cabin quilt... someday!

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    Love the pattern

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    Beautiful quilt - really like your layout of the log cabin

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    i lkove that layout. very nicely done!!!
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    Very pretty, Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very nice quilt!!!

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    Very pretty!
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    I just love the quilt and the quilting is sewww cute too.
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Beautiful baby quilt! Love your furbaby, she is such a beautiful color!
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    That is so thoughtful. They will love it!!!
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
    Heather

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    How wonderful! Your fur baby seems to approve! Looks like you'll have a job getting him/her to relinquish it!

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    Sew Cute
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    I, too, love log cabin. It is so versatile. Beautiful job!!

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    Beautiful, great job.

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    Love that log cabin, its a different layout -very pretty.

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    Very pretty.

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    Very nice quilt. I love the way you used novelty fabrics in it and yet it is not a 'baby' quilt per se.

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    That is so very gorgeous.
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    Beautiful quilt, my fur baby looks so much like your fur baby

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