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Thread: Quilted Baby Burp Cloths

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    I bought the pattern and 2 fat quarters as a kit from one of my LQS shops ($6). This baby bib only takes 15 minutes to make and that includes all the pressing! I thought they turned out really cute.
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    They are cute. Are they bibs or burp cloths? I don't see how you attach them around the baby's neck.

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    very cute :)

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    Sorry, I had a typo! They are burp cloths. :)

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    Very very cute!

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    Nicely done!

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    Very nice burp cloths!

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    Cute.

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    Those are really cute!

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    What a great idea....

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    adorable!

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    Super cute!

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    Cute

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    So cute!! And way cuter than the ones I used when my kids were infants :D:D

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    very nice

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    Really cute burp cloths. I will have to try to make some of those. I ususally make them out of prefolded diapers and embroider on them. Thanks for the idea.

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    very cute!!

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    Those are cute.

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    Cute!
    Are they just two layers of cotton, with a thin batting between?
    Or have you put flannel or terry on the one side.
    What size are they?

    I'm thinking I just might make some for a couple of baby gifts! Thanks for the info and idea.

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    they are so cute thanks for sharing

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    they are so cute thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Cute!
    Are they just two layers of cotton, with a thin batting between?
    Or have you put flannel or terry on the one side.
    What size are they?

    I'm thinking I just might make some for a couple of baby gifts! Thanks for the info and idea.

    Actually, these are made by just using to flannel fat quarters and no batting or terry cloth at all. The middle fat quarter (or as the pattern calls it, the "theme" fabric) is a fat quarter folded in half with the other fat quarter sewed to it. It is my guess that one could use terry fabric instead of flannel but I haven't tried it yet. I did try regular cloth fabric but it doesn't do a great job at absorbing any liquid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinggirl
    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    Cute!
    Are they just two layers of cotton, with a thin batting between?
    Or have you put flannel or terry on the one side.
    What size are they?

    I'm thinking I just might make some for a couple of baby gifts! Thanks for the info and idea.

    Actually, these are made by just using to flannel fat quarters and no batting or terry cloth at all. The middle fat quarter (or as the pattern calls it, the "theme" fabric) is a fat quarter folded in half with the other fat quarter sewed to it. It is my guess that one could use terry fabric instead of flannel but I haven't tried it yet. I did try regular cloth fabric but it doesn't do a great job at absorbing any liquid.
    Perfect! Thanks for the details!

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    Very cute.

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    I also live in KS and was wondering what part of the state your LQS is in? Also luv ur avatar pic, don't know what part of the state that came from, lol ???

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