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    Baby Boy Quilt with FMQ

    Here are a few pictures of the quilt I just finished. It's about 36 x 48 and FMQ'd. I didn't have an actual pattern, it's just coordinating fabrics done in the same style as the last little scrappy quilt I made ( http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...r-t176738.html ). I tried out some new-to-me FMQing motifs on this one and like the way it turned out. It's been washed and is ready to gift as soon as I add a personalized label, hence the crinkled look.

    Enjoy!
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    Wendy

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    Very pretty and the FMQ is awesome! Great job!!
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    WOW!!!! I love how this came out.....the quilting is awesome!

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    I've been looking for a masculine style quilt that's not to distinct, for my brother, mind if i steal your pattern?

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    what a wonderful quilt! you did a great job on the quilting. [you've given me ideas on what i can do on some of mine]
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    I love both of the quilts. Nice pattern and your FM is just beautiful
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    Quote Originally Posted by dogsgod View Post
    I've been looking for a masculine style quilt that's not to distinct, for my brother, mind if i steal your pattern?
    Of course I don't mind! This design is so adaptable... to make the quilt larger you can make more blocks, make the blocks larger, use more or less of the nine-patch blocks, do it "scrappy", literally anything you want. Have fun with it.
    Wendy

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    The quilt is awesome and so is the quilting!!

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    Love your FMQ.

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    Just beautiful FMQing. How many hours would you estimate it took you to do the quilting?
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    awesome quilting... love your colors. great job.

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    Wonderful quilt! Thanks for sharing.
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    Really pretty!
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    So awesome great job!
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    Beautiful work!
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    Wow! Your FMQ is spectacular!!!

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    Looks great! I really like it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by phranny View Post
    Just beautiful FMQing. How many hours would you estimate it took you to do the quilting?
    I think I spent around 4 hours on the quilting itself.
    Wendy

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    Wonderful quilt and beautiful FMQ.

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    Very pretty.

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    Wow, really nice! I go up to Flagstaff in the summer, would like to meet sometime. Don't know how to pm. Still new to the board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by love to sew View Post
    Wow, really nice! I go up to Flagstaff in the summer, would like to meet sometime. Don't know how to pm. Still new to the board.
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    Janet,
    That sounds like fun; we could shop Odegaard's (LQS) and JoAnn if you like! Do you stay up here in the summer or just come up to cool off? By the way, to pm me, just click on my screen name on the left and choose "Private Message".
    Wendy

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    I don't know where to find the pattern, but you really won't need one. It's just a 9 patch on point and I sure can see lots of variations.

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