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Thread: strip baby qult - fast/easy

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    darling,love the fabric.

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    This is such a pretty quilt....love the "Inspector In-Training" and as for the name...Maggie Mae...that's a beauty.

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    So cute and so is your new inspector!

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    Super nice....great job!!

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    I'm with you on making things symmetrical - it's just how I see things. I also find it hard to "break free".

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    Very nice. Looks like it passes inspection!

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    Thanks for sharing. Very cute quilt. I have a friend who has a baby due in a few weeks and I have procrastinated in making anything. This is a great idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanTx
    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie_Sue
    Oh, that is just too cute!!
    From a Maggie Sue I'll take that as a special compliment! :)

    Get this: the quilt shop owner is a sort-of friend of mine - I've known her a little bit for a long time. She tends to make fun of my "matchy-matchy" ways. THis quilt is symetrical. Of course it is! Why wouldn't it be? She insists I need to "let go". Why? I know she's teasing, but after I left it ... bothered me just a bit. I keep looking at it wondering how I could have put it together differently. The sample in the shop has the strips in order - white, yellow, pink, blue, white, yellow pink - around the novelty print. Looks great, but ... quilt police shouldn't live in the quilt shop. I know she meant absolutely nothing by it - she was busy and just acknowleding I was there. I would not make a good shop owner - too sensitive to such things, I guess.
    The quilt is lovely just as it is. Perhaps the shop owner was just putting a challenge out to you to explore a more assymetrical method. (I am also very matchy-matchy) I've gone outside the box a few times and it's not so bad. You may be surprised at what you could create alongside your matchy-matchy projects. You don't have to give up one style to explore the other.

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    Really cute baby quilt & also love the kitten , he seems to approve of the quilt!!

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    Very cute quilt & love your new inspector too!

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    Lovely. Maggie Mae will be one happy baby.

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    Awwww so cute....and kitty likes it too.

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    Sweet :!:

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    Sweet!

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    Looks good to me!

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    Like the fabric combination--cute quilt!

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    Cute!

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    Very pretty and a perfect quilt for Maggie Mae!

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    Your quilt and inspector are very cute!

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    Neat quilt.......love the baby!

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    Adorable quilt :D:D:D

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    you inspector is soo cute. what's his name

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    very cute!!

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    what a happy quilt.....and your kitty did a great job supervising :)

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    Oh thats so cute!

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