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Thread: Flintstone Baby Quilt

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    This is a Flintstones quilt I made for one of my grand daughters when she was born. The pictures are made with crayons.
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    How cute, I have always wanted to try that method, but haven't yet.

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    I love the flinstones! Bam bam!

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    Flintstones were popular when my daughter was little. I will have to tell her about your quilt.

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    Very cute. You should do a tutorial on how to make the blocks. I love the Flintstones!

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    Really cute! Do the colors wash well and last?

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    That is so cute! Did you use regular wax crayons or fabric crayons for this?

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    Yabba dabba doo! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackied
    Really cute! Do the colors wash well and last?
    Yes, the colors do wash wash well. But there is a process to doing it. So that the color holds and you don't have to worry about it running when put in dryer.
    Tammy

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderingcreek
    That is so cute! Did you use regular wax crayons or fabric crayons for this?
    Yes, I used regular wax crayons, and a hot iron. I've been wanting to do another crayon quilt so I just may do a tutorial on it. I really enjoyed doing it.
    Tammy

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    Tammy What a clever idea. I will watch for a tutorial. It is so fun to mak baby quilts. Yours is really great.

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    Very cute quilt. Will be watching for the tutorial.

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    very cute and cool idea!

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    I love it! I've always been a Flintstones fan, and using the crayons was a great idea!!

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    Flintstones, meet the Flintstones, they're the modern stone age family.
    From the town of Bedrock, they're a page right out of history.
    Let's ride with the family down the street, through the courtesy of Fred's two feet.
    When you're with the Flintstone's have a yabba dabba do time, a dabba do time, you'll have a gay old time!

    Can you tell I was one of the original Flintstones fans? I love your quilt!!

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    Great job. Does that bring back memories. I used to watch Fred and Barney very regular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dhanke
    Flintstones, meet the Flintstones, they're the modern stone age family.
    From the town of Bedrock, they're a page right out of history.
    Let's ride with the family down the street, through the courtesy of Fred's two feet.
    When you're with the Flintstone's have a yabba dabba do time, a dabba do time, you'll have a gay old time!

    Can you tell I was one of the original Flintstones fans? I love your quilt!!
    ROFLOL....Yes I sure can tell. Amazing you can remember those words word,for word. Thank you.
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    I never will forget when I went to the store to get the fabric for this quilt. The girl working that night was a very young girl. And she was all excited about the animal print fabric. And she asked me what I was going to make with it, and I said, "A baby quilt". She got a funny look on her face and just said. "oh".lol The I told her it was going to be The Flintstones and she looked at me like I was foreign.lol I really felt my age that night.lol
    Tammy

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    so cute
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    That is "WAY" cute!!!

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    It is adorable. Coloring on fabric is so fun.

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    That is very cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanderingcreek
    That is so cute! Did you use regular wax crayons or fabric crayons for this?
    I used regular wax crayons.

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