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Thread: Baby quilts for 2 new great-grandsons

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnaree59
    I ABSOLUTELY LOVE this! I make a lot of baby quilts... that's about all I make now, but NONE I have loved as good as this. Just makes you smile looking at it. Both are wonderful, and I also love the bright, bright colors.


    Ditto+ on all the above.

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    Very creative, adorable, WOW. Is that an original setting or did you use a pattern? Love the fabric and colors!

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    Soooo cute!!

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    Panels are cute! Your quilts are wonderful! Great idea to add the stars! :)

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    Real cute!

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    Cute cute

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    Lovely quilts, very bright colours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6
    Quote Originally Posted by dunster
    One baby already here (1/28), and another due in May, for my DGD's who are sisters. These baby quilts are not my usual color scheme, but I figured babies like bright colors. I bought the panel several years ago and decided to put half into each quilt. Backs are pale yellow flannel, pale green flannel.

    The panel is Peek-a-boo, by Amy Bradley for Moda.
    Oh, those are sooooo cute. What a great idea to stretch out one panel. I would have never thought of the stars. Great job :thumbup:
    I agree. They are wonderful!

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    So cute.... Wonderful quilts

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    That is so very cute.

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    I love your babies. Did you design them or is there a pattern?

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    Absolutely adorable.

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    sooo cute..... lucky kiddo's

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    These are just too cute.

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    If those are the cutest! Great job and how fun!

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    Abosolutely adorable. You always do such nice work. Clever way to use up a panel.

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    Adorable!! That's a very inspiring way to use panels!!!

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    these are great quilts, i love the way you've made the blocks around the pictures. I've saved this idea in my head for my next grandchild....if i have one!! Great work

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    I Love it!!! Fabulous!!

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    Adorable! Bookmarking this for sure! We have grandbaby number 2 on the way!

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    I like to make baby quilts with bright colors. The babies love them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bernie942
    I love your babies. Did you design them or is there a pattern?
    Well the babies themselves came from a panel, of course. As for the setting, I have seen quilts in several quilt shows with the kind of wonky half picture frames. I had 6 babies for each quilt, but needed 9 blocks, and I wanted something that was simple and not too regular, so it would match the setting. I decided to make the wonky stars, but I couldn't find a pattern, so I designed them in EQ7 and paper pieced them.

    Thank you all for your comments.

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    Very cute.

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    Adorable. What a great way to use a panel and dress it up with the pretty stars.

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    They are both so sweet and adorable.

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