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Thread: Criss Cross Baby Quilt

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    Criss Cross Baby Quilt

    Since I wasn't entirely happy with my other baby quilt, I decided to use the only other juvenile fabric I had to made another attempt. This one I am much happier with. I want to give a shout out to SewBizGirl for posting a picture of her criss cross quilt and where to find the pattern. I just loved her quilt and thought it would be a good fit for the small amount of fabric I had to use. I did buy the red border fabric, but otherwise it was all from my stash. If at first you don't succeed.....
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    I really like it!


    Linda in Missouri

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    Very pretty and colorful. Job well done. I love that you are using stash. I'm trying to do that more.
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    nicely done
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    Very cheery!! Sometimes we just have those disconnects between our vision and reality, and gotta rework it.

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    ​Cute quilt!

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    Terrific quilt! Nice that you could use some smaller pieces added to a solid.
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    Very nice!

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    That's a very nice quilt & I love the quilting you did on the borders.

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    Very nice, great job

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    Very nice!

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    Some child is going to keep warm this winter under this fun quilt.

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    Very pretty baby quilt.
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    I like this one much better, both the colors and the pattern.
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    Very nice!

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    Really nice and colorful. Great quilt

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    Nice quilt although I did like your other quilt. I liked your circular quilting in the other and the V quilting in the borders of this one. Great job!

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    Like it. A nice quilt for a child. Babies do grow into young children and this will stand the test of time and "growing up". Would you mind sharing what SewBiz shared with you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by osewme View Post
    That's a very nice quilt & I love the quilting you did on the borders.
    My sentiments exactly!

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    Great quilt!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    very pretty. I like strong colors. Nothing against using pastels for baby quilts, I've done it myself, but the bright colors are a refresing change.

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    Great quilt! I love the two yellow crosses. They really pop. I also like the quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WMUTeach View Post
    Like it. A nice quilt for a child. Babies do grow into young children and this will stand the test of time and "growing up". Would you mind sharing what SewBiz shared with you?
    Here's the link to the free pattern:

    https://bearcreekquiltingcompany.sto...p_BSPK1204.pdf

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    I like both of your quilts - they seem to have a timeless quality to them. Maybe it's your fabric choices, but they both look like they've been handed down through the family. A lovely look.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    I love how it turned out. I think the borders actually make the quilt

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