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Thread: Need help figuring out this quilt

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    They look like 21/2 in strips. Probably a jelly roll. Looks like a fun and easy quilt to make.

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    They are both great quilts....think this might have started something. I was only musing the other day about some strips I have put aside.....hmmmm...

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    I just think this is darling, we have our first grandbaby due in Juy and I have been looking at patterns to make a few baby quilts once we find out what gender of the baby will be. I would really like to make this one for a girl !!!

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    I think the yellow strip looks bigger than the others which I think are 2.5 inch.

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    I would change the yellow, to me it is too much..but it does look like 2 strips for that portion

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    Really cute as can be and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    So pretty! What a great way to put a quilt together! Looks like it would be fun to do!

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    Ooh, it's so pretty!! Looks fairly simple to put together too!! Good luck.
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    Wish I could help you but that is one adorable baby quilt.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I just bookmarked this pattern...I have a jelly roll that is crying out to be used. This will look perfect with it. I think the 50" by 53" is a bit big for a crib...I want to say 40" X 50" would be oversized enough....But, we each have our own preferances....
    Tink's Mom (My name is really Susie)

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    the pattern is by Artichoke Collection and called All Wrapped Up.
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    This is a very sweet design. Please don't get hung up on exact details. Made with either 2.5 or 3" strips, it would be lovely. Since I don't know the size of the original, it would be impossible to know exactly, but I suspect it was designed for jelly rolls. The same thing could be made in blues and greens for a boy, with a star, a puppy, or other applique at the crossing. When I make crib quilts, I go with 41x54, or thereabouts so that the backing does not need to be pieced and because I prefer to work with Thermore batting. Of course, if you are not worried about piecing segments, you could do this as 4 QAYG units, adding the applique later.

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    It is now on my to-do list too.

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    Thanks, QuiltnNan for running down the designer of this quilt for me!

    Watson

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    Beautiful quilt. Good luck figuring out the math part. I think you could make it up to fit about any width, but suspect it was a jelly roll.

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    they look 3" but hard to tell without the other dimensions. love the quilt.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    What an adorable child's quilt

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    That is really a pretty baby quilt. please let us see yours when you finish it.

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    love this will make a beautiful quilt
    I guess you could change the colours and applique a car instead of a flower for a little boy

    I will like make this after I finish off my two I have going now so a end of February project

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    It is pretty whatever the pattern is.

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    Watson, didn't you do one like this that you enlarged?

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