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Thread: My First Grandbaby Quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSTeacher
    Suzic46. Again, that is a precious quilt. I, too, downloaded the pattern off the Internet and was wondering what size you used. I have several friends with expected grandchildren and would like to do a quilt but was unsure what size. Did you use the smaller version or cut down on that version? I am not good at "guessing" on fabric. Thanks in advance for the info.
    I used the 6" size with the 2" & 3 " strips.

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    cute cute ! Wow ! the planning.. See the one full block blending with the combined block.. impressive and your first??? ^5

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    First of all, congratulations on soon becoming a grandma! It's more than I ever imagined, and I'm sure it will be the same for you!

    I love the quilt you made. The colors are so soft and it's just so sweet. If I may ask, how big are the center squares where the kittens are? I'm trying to get ideas on my nephew's baby girl's quilt that I'm making embroidered animals on. That would be the perfect setting for them.

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    Thanks suzic46. That is a big help. Now I need to go figure for yardage amounts.

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    Congratulations on being a grandma.....love the quilt, I am sure the baby girl will love it too!!!

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    Beautiful!
    She'll love it!

    & Congrats!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky
    First of all, congratulations on soon becoming a grandma! It's more than I ever imagined, and I'm sure it will be the same for you!

    I love the quilt you made. The colors are so soft and it's just so sweet. If I may ask, how big are the center squares where the kittens are? I'm trying to get ideas on my nephew's baby girl's quilt that I'm making embroidered animals on. That would be the perfect setting for them.
    Thank you!! I used 6" squares for the centers.

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    So cute!! Congratulations!!

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    nice soft colours

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    It came out great.
    When it seems like the world is falling to pieces remember that the pieces are falling into place. We are nearing closer to the End Times.

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    it's lovely.... love the kittens

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    fantastic baby quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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