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Thread: Just finished Baby quilt

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    Super Member Marlys's Avatar
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    This is from the book "Cutting Curves from Straight Pieces" by Debbie Bowles.
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    I like it!!

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    It's cute! I love the colors, so bright and cheery!

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    Very nice!

    I am not up to doing curves yet! Obviously you are! Great job!

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    Wow, its so bright and pretty! Very nice!

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    It's very cute! Did you find the curves hard to do?

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    Actually, the curves on this quilt were very easy to do because they are gentle curves. The author says to clip the curves if you need to so they will lay flat, but I did not need to do this step. Trying curves is very much "out of my box" but I am very impressed with this author's explanation. I'm going to try another one out of her book called "Double Pagodas". My daughter thinks it is really cool looking, but it looks like a Log Cabin on drugs!!! We'll see!

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    That's so pretty!

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    Gorgeous. You did a great job. I will try curves some day when I am feeling brave.

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    That is very stunning.

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    Very pretty. :thumbup:

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    Very nice job, so bright and cheerful for a baby.

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    I love the pattern. You did a great job. Any baby would love this. When you look at it you can't help but be cheery.

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    No babies coming in the near future, so I will probably donate this one.

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    Great quilt and Kudos for pushing yourself beyond your comfort zone!

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    How neat that is!! Great job!! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marlys
    ... Trying curves is very much "out of my box" but I am very impressed with this author's explanation. I'm going to try another one out of her book called "Double Pagodas" ...
    Debbie Bowles is wonderful and so are the Pagodas!! I love them. NOTE: my forum pic is a pagoda. Curves have never been more joyful. I have made many pagodas.

    Your color choices for this baby quilt are so lovely. Best wishes for continued curving.

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    L.B.Pam:
    I love the one in your avatar! Are those all solids or are they prints?

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    Thank you ... they look solid from a distance.

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    Beautiful! Someone is going to love to snuggle in it!

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    Pink and yellow is so pretty together! I like your quilt.

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    Cute!

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    Wow, that is a cool pattern. I love the colors. You did a great job and thanks for sharing.

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    Love it!

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    WOW!!! I love the fabric and the pattern too!! :D:D:D

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