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Thread: baby burp cloth

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    Junior Member AlyssaR's Avatar
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    Alright, it took me a while to get up the nerve to try making one of these without any instructions. All the tutorials online weren't what I was looking for so I thought it through and gave it a try. This is what I came up with!
    I have so much quilter flannel that I can make a ton of these. I just have to wait and see if I get any from my baby shower on the 30th.
    Enjoy!

    P.S. I'm now 30 weeks pregnant! Only 10 more weeks to go!
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    Cute, I made a few of them for a friend's daughter, fun to make.

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    It is beautiful and so useful

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    So Cute!!

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    cute!! I made lots of this basic shape for my dtr when she was preggy... now i try to make a matching burp cloth for every baby quilt, I make.......

    ood job...... congrates on baby too

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    Congrats on your baby! Now I am going to try to make some for my daughter!

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    just like I made for my granbabies, you will love them :)

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    cute

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    Nice job and very useful. Thank you for sharing.

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    You made yours so neat. I just do a plain rectangle. No loss of fabric and quicker to cut. And they have worked very well for all the babies that I have given to over the years. I give 2 or 3 with each baby quilt. Congrats on the upcoming baby.

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    looks great!

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    i think you did a great job ...

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    What a great idea--making some to match the quilt. I'll be doing that in the future.

    AlyssaR, make plenty of them...seems like my DS/DIL have alot for my little GD.

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    Very nice and you will probably need quite a few. I think you will like the shape of these the best. Don't forget drool bibs, you will need them also. Just ideas to help make the last 10 weeks go by faster. Good luck. I am a Mom of 3,Gramma of 6 and Great Gramma of 2.

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    Sorry for the double post. Wasn't sure if I hit the send button.

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    They look so soft. Your baby is really gonna like them.
    Cute material, too. Unisex!

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    Great idea thanks!

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    You did a wonderful job. I needed to make something for a baby shower and now I know what to make thank you for sharing it. :thumbup:

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    Adorable - did you put batting between the layers? I must make some for my pregnant daughter.....

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    Love your burp cloth. I've always used the prefolded diapers and embroidered them.

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    Very cute!! I did mine rectangle, made 4 from 1 yard of flannel, they have 2 layers of flannel and I put scraps I had of fleece between them. Can't' wait to hear back from the mom-- to hear if they worked!!

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    Very cute! Congratulations on your baby. I've got to make some of these for my granddaughters.

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    Its cute. And congradulations on the baby.

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    Very cute! Congrats on the upcoming baby!

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    You will love the burp cloths. They will save the shoulders of you clothes. Enjoy your new baby. They don't stay small very long.

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