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Thread: My 1st quilt

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    Senior Member wannaquilt1's Avatar
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    YAY! I finished today! It's not perfect but I love it and so does Logan :) It's the "Fun and Done" Easy Diamonds pattern. It's in the washer now hopefully it will fluff up... it's pretty stiff now.

    Do you put your quilts in the Dryer or do i have to hang this to dry? It's got warm and natural batting in it if that matters.

    Logans quilt
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    He loves it!
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    It is so cool. And the best is when the person you give it to loves it.

    I put my quilts in the dryer on air dry or low heat even the wool batting.

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    Great job, pretty colors, love it!

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    Nicely done! I like the colors. I usually dry my quilts in the dryer but like to hang them outside in warm weather. I use lots of clothespins to distribute the weight.

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    Logan will love it forever! It's very nice!
    Yes, you can dry it in the dryer...just don't bake it!

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    yay, happy boy. Success!

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    Great job - love those colours! All my quilts go into the washer and dryer (just not hot water or high temp).

    So what's your next project? :)

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    Logan is a lucky little man. Love the colors-green is my favorite.

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    Really like the colors. And that is a great picture with the Logan!

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    Logan and the quilt....so adorable!!!

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    thanks ladies! I just threw it in the dryer I love this board! I couldn't have done it without all of your help :)

    Its funny you should ask what my next project will be. I'm actually planning for the 10 minute block square and I bought charm squares and everything. I love this its so much fun. and addicting!

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    Very pretty quilt, and an adorable little boy!

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    Very nice-I bet Logan thinks his Mom is So Cool to be able to make him a quilt all by herself!!!

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    way 2 go keep up the good work :thumbup:

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    your sure can tell he loves it. very pretty

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    look at that smile...it says it all. Lovely quilt.

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    How Adorable!!! And so is the quilt :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great quilt and cute grandson.

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    really fun quilt.. and already loved.. :0)

    Keep going !

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    it looks wonderful!!!!

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    Nice quilt, and it is being loved already.

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    Congratulations... very pretty quilt!

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    A very pretty quilt, and what a sweet little boy. Yes, you can wash your quilt, but I suggest you dry it on a low heat.

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    Great job -- and the proof is that happy boy curled up with it.

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    Wonderful job! I make my quilts to be used so I wash them in the washer and dry them in the dryer. :)

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