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    Super Member kwiltkrazy's Avatar
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    Finally finished

    Here's my latest baby quilt, pattern from fatcatpatterns.
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    The back is a story I made up about the front animals on the front called off to slumberland. Size of quilt is51"x52"

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    Such a cute little quilt!! Wonderful color choices and I really like the echo quilting as it just sets off the animals and gives them motion.

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    Forgot to say that this was all made from my scrap bag, and the back story panel is done with crayons and oilpastels(water soluable).

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    Love it, you did a great job. I'm jelous!!!! Thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks Aubrey, it was quite a lot of fun. even though it made a much larger quilt than I expected. Fatcat has a lot of really neat quilt patterns.

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    Thanks buslady. Can't wait to see the reaction of the parents I am giving it to.

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    How adorable!! You did a great job with this.
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    Soooooo adorable. Great job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    toooo darn cute ;-)
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    Adorable, well done
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    Oh, I love this pattern! I've been looking at it for a couple years, wanting to make it for my grandson, but while procrastinating, he seemed to grow up too much for it. I love the pattern, though, and might just still make it for him (he's 3 now, and he got a "transportation" quilt instead, since he loves cars and trucks and trains!!!).

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    Great job. It is adorable.

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    Very cute.

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    [QUOTE=KittyGram;4886374]Oh, I love this pattern! I've been looking at it for a couple years, wanting to make it for my grandson, but while procrastinating, he seemed to grow up too much for it. I love the pattern, though, and might just still make it for him (he's 3 now, and he got a "transportation" quilt instead, since he loves cars and trucks and trains!!!).[/QUOTE


    You should do it it is such a fun and freeing pattern, everything came out of my scrap bags. I t goes to its new little owner today, son just stopped by and picked it up.

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    That's so cute. Your quilting is really nice.
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    Sew Cute
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    You did an excellent job! It's very cute!

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    Adorable!!!


    My newest Grandson, Caleb Austin, was born May 29th. I am now Grandma to 4 precious babies. I am so blessed!!!!

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    Jim's gem, I am a Grandma to two babies, be they furry babies( one cat, and one dog, they are both crazy).

    Just got an e-mail from the parents of the baby I made the quilt fot, they love it.

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    Adorable quilt! You did a great job on it
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    Sometimes the only way I see new posts is to do some stalking! This is a great quilt Lucinda. So glad you included the unquilted pic first; lovely as is, but wow everything pops when you add your stupendous FMQ. And all from your scraps, too.
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    This is sew cute. Love that you gave us before and after quilting shots. Great job.

    Can you share the story you put on the back?

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