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Thread: peek-a-boo baby quilt

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    That's a pretty nice quilt you completed!
    I really like seeing how quilters take a bunch of colors and just put them together to make such interesting utility projects. Love the whole concept, and I think you did a really good job.
    Don't know about the camera thing, since I don't do cameras, but the quilt looks good.

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    Such a wonderful quilt!!! You did an awesome job!

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    Looks great! :)

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    thanks everyone, for the kind words. this is a very simple project. give it a try. you'll be glad you did.

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    beautiful!

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    Wow. You did a great job!!! I love all the colors. I am so darn partial to bright colors!

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    Just wonderful, I love it. You did a great job.
    I am a fabric and tool collector. An now I have a reason
    to dig out that circle cutter. Thank you so much for the insperation.

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    Too cute!!!

    Kyia

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    Beautiful nanabird! When I first saw it i thought, 'gosh complicated, all those curves!' but seeing Patrice's instructions I might just give it a try ONE DAY!!!

    K x

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    Very nice. You did a great job.

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    I am wondering if this can be made with blue jean denum fabric. I have a stack of it I have been meaning to find something to do with it.

    I love your bright and colorful quilt. It is very cute with all the pictures for baby to look at.

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    redgarnett222, i would love to see this quilt in denim. i don't think i would use an inner layer just a layer of denim for the back and maybe the peekaboo fabric to show on the front. just an idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathe
    I used a 10" Plate and just two layers of flannel - one solid and one print. No batting. I left the edges scalloped. I first saw this demonstrated at a quilt guild meeting 18 years ago!!
    Oh - and it's not hard to mark the lines - you just measure the first one and then use an acrylic square ruler to do the rest.
    cathe - did you say that you scalloped the edges? i was thinking of that
    possibility. i thought a daisy shape or really any simple symmetrical shape would work and be interesting. but it might also detract from the window effect.

    did you do a shaped one and how did it look? this one is adorable.

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    very nice quilt top

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    Awesome quilt...i thi.k ill try that one soon.

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    This is a Fons and Porter pattern. I made it about 4 years. Its in one of their magazines.

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    Very, very cute.
    Lori - MamaBear

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222 View Post
    I am wondering if this can be made with blue jean denum fabric. I have a stack of it I have been meaning to find something to do with it.

    I love your bright and colorful quilt. It is very cute with all the pictures for baby to look at.
    I have made this with denim.....put wrong sides together....left loose edges when stitching down.....hope to do next one rag style.......praying that will turn out......

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    I love that quilt. great colors for a baby . joyce j

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    These old threads are great. I'll have to search through my Fons & Porter books.

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