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Thread: Baby quilt in two days or less

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    My two day project. Started it Sat completing all the cutting and piecing Before I went to work.

    Today I longarmed it and attached the binding. (Still need to do the binding hand stitching on the back.)
    Longarm work is combination of computer and free motion. Animals in the center are all outline quilted.

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    ADORABLE!! Your quilting looks fantastic too!

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    Love the fabric!!! and the quilting

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    Adorable. You did a fantastic job

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    This is just too cute. Lucky baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingGrannie
    My two day project. Started it Sat completing all the cutting and piecing Before I went to work.

    Today I longarmed it and attached the binding. (Still need to do the binding hand stitching on the back.)
    Longarm work is combination of computer and free motion. Animals in the center are all outline quilted.
    Great Job. I almost purchased that animal fabric at Walmart. However I decided to finish what I have stared first.

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    Looks great, you are a real speed piecer. Lucky baby

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    nice job

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    Quote Originally Posted by PWinston
    This is just too cute. Lucky baby.
    It's actually going to be for sale once it is totally finished. I don't have any baby that it is for. Just saw the fabric and had to make it!

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    Really cute....love it.

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    So cute and unique. The outline quilting really makes those little guys pop. Great job!!

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    Is the center section a panel - or just pieced fabric squares? Someone will love this quilt for ther little one!!

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    Love it! Great job!

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    Great job!!!

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    great baby quilt

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    Some little monkey is going to love that one. Nice job.

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    it is adorable!!!

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    You didn't monkey around did you?

    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftyone27
    Is the center section a panel - or just pieced fabric squares? Someone will love this quilt for ther little one!!
    Neither, it's a piece of the fabric I cut to the size I wanted. One of the grouping they refer to as patchwork. - I think. Makes for great cheater type work.

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    So cute!!

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    That is very cute.

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    How cute. I love the backing too. Great job.

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    this is very cute!!

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    That's neat! I love it!
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    Okay, I can't believe you did in this days! It would take me a month!!!!! Well done!! I love the colors. And your quilting is beautiful!

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