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Thread: In The Pink ......... a Baby Irish!

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    Super Member hudgoddess's Avatar
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    I like the way you moved the border fabric into the first row of blocks. And I really like the striped bias binding!

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    That is just too adorable!!!Beautiful job.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hudgoddess View Post
    I like the way you moved the border fabric into the first row of blocks. And I really like the striped bias binding!
    I did it because I always feel that the Chains that end up on the border open, look like they are just hanging there, kind of lost. So I closed them up! Thanks for noticing!
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    QE, this is a perfect quilt for a little girl. Love the border fabric. I really like to do baby quilts too, mine just seem to be more boys's (5 GGS's) no little girls, maybe someday.

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    one pretty quilt! and one of my faves! I would be proud to give that
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    That is an adorable quilt

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    So adorable! Nice work!

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    OH, how cute can at quilt be? Teddys and Bunnies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grannyQ View Post
    QE, this is a perfect quilt for a little girl. Love the border fabric. I really like to do baby quilts too, mine just seem to be more boys's (5 GGS's) no little girls, maybe someday.
    GrannyQ ... Believe it or not, this was my first (yes, the first!) baby quilt!
    It was so nice to make a full quilt, in such a short time ... I'm just learning to quilt them myself, and these are a nice size to practice on. so I can see more to come!.
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    A really cute crib/lap quilt. Love the childrens prints and the cute dot fabric. A great quilt to grow into.

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    How cute is that and such a nice job!

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    This is really cute!
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    nicely done

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    So sweet !

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    Very sweet.... Love it!

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    Love your quilt. I am keeping your picture, I want to use this pattern when my son and his wife have a baby - she is Irish.

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    Very sweet.
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    oh thats cute! i LOVE your binding! that is great the way it 'swirls' around to the back. very very cute quilt!
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    Super cute. Like the idea of using a novelty fabric for the centers. Thanks for sharing.

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    SWEET! Love the way you brought the nine patches into the edges and then added the border.....Clever and nice looking! I make baby quilts too, and always have a problem not makinig them at least 40" wide. Therefore, most of the backings are pieced......a pain but necessary for me. At this point in my life, I am trying to use up the stash and to only buy new fabric when absolutely must. Not always easy....

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    Great job--I *love* the striped binding. Perfect fit.

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    Nothing more precious than teddy bears for a baby quilt. I'm sure she'll love it!
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    What a lucky little lady to recieve such a darling quilt!!
    The teddy bears are cute, they actually look fussy cut!!
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    QE - What method did ya finally decide ta use for sandwiching this precious li'le quilt? Did the wall bastin' work for ya?
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    That is the sweetest little quilt! Great idea using the teddy print in the centers... That's probably going to be the favorite "blankie" the kid drags around through childhood (like Linus...)
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