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Thread: Quick quilt with left over fabric.

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    Senior Member SandraD's Avatar
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    I got an invite to a baby shower and decided to 'whip' up a quilt with some left over flannel I had. I machine pieced and then hand quilted. The batting I used was too thick but in the end it turned out okay. I had 12 days from the time I received the invite to when I needed it done. Call me crazy, but somehow I finished it. Hope the mom/baby love it!

    Back - pieced with the last of the leftovers.
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    very pretty I am sure they will love it,

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    Oh so cute! I am sure they will love it!

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    Mom and baby are going to love it.

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    That is wonderful!!!

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    Sweet and cozy! I'm sure it will be loved!

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    Wow, speed quilter extrodinaire! I am so slow, I could never get one done that quickly unless I had an entire week off from work! You did a great job. Those are perfect flannels for a baby quilt. I love how you bound it, looks like satin??

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    That is so sweet. You know sometimes I work better under pressure...it seems like I get more creative...wonder why?

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    WOW...12 days to make this beautiful darling baby quilt?

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    I'm sure Mom will appreciate the work for her baby. Good job.

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    That is a yummy baby quilt!

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    You did a great job on this!! I really like how you quilted it too, looks great!! :thumbup:

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    oh those little hands and feet!!! what a darling quilt. And, aren't you amazing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by feline fanatic
    Wow, speed quilter extrodinaire! I am so slow, I could never get one done that quickly unless I had an entire week off from work! You did a great job. Those are perfect flannels for a baby quilt. I love how you bound it, looks like satin??
    I bought 2" satin binding. I needed quick and easy and I think babies love satin bindings.

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    Cute!

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    Very Cute!!

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    very cute, thanks for sharing

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    That is soooooooo cute....
    Great Job too ..........
    bopeep

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    Lovely!!

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    Very cute!

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    Very, very cool... uh, WARM for the baby.

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    Great idea and work! I will have to remember that. I have some of the footprint/ handprint fabric also. Used it when our triplets were tiny babies, and they are now 9 y/o. LOL Who thinks I keep things a long time!

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    Mom is sure to love it, and baby will snuggle down just right in that flannel. pretty little quilt

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    Beautiful work, and quick!!! I'd like to invite you to a house warming if we ever get to move...would that warrant a quilt???? Kidding....Lucky baby.

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    Well done, it's beautiful, they will love it!

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