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Thread: First project of 2012

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    Senior Member mrsj82's Avatar
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    First project of 2012

    So I started this in December...thinking it would be a fun fast pattern. And then my machine broke! I waited about two weeks and a friend offered me hers that she wasn't using. I immediately got back to work on this! I finished it today putting the binding on in about an hour!

    It is the first quilt for my new little niece(wehope!) that will be here in July...I think it's just super adorable. It measures 50''X60'' and I think it's just big enough to cover a crib mattress and keep baby warm. What do you guys think?
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    It's really nice!
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    You are off to a marvelous start!!

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    It's really cute!
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    It's very nice. Love the pattern. Good job.

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    Great job love the fabric

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    Its sew cool!!
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    Nice quilt. Great fabric.

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    Very cute. Can I ask what is this pattern? I need to make several baby quilts and I think this would be perfect.

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    That is beautiful! Very cheery looking. You are a good Aunt-to-be!

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    very cute...

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    Pretty fabric. Great quilt

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    I love your top. One of the prettiest 2-fabric quilts I've seen. Thanks for sharing.
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    it is most definitely super adorable.
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    Real cute baby quilt, this little girl is lucky to have an Aunt who is sew creative. Thanks for sharing.
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    very cute and refreshing!

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    Lovely quilt, I love the pattern and the fabrics!
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    I love the flowered material , great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Very cute baby quilt!
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    You're right! It is super adorable!
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    that is darling! you did a great job, thanks for sharing

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    very pretty quilt, looks crisp and clean, sure "alien sprout" will love it when she arrives

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    Lovely quilt, great job
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    very cute for a little girl

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    I think the "alien sprout" is going to love it! The fabric is so colorful and cheerful - it is a wonderful choice. Great work!
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