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Thread: Vintage baby quilt

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    Senior Member NOELLA's Avatar
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    saw this quilt and thought I'd like to try it . Plenty of stitching but I was happy in the end . It is made up of 1 charm pack cut in qt's and placed on a grid with the backing ,batting and muslin sandwiched , the 2 1/2" sqs placed on a grid style on top of the muslin the sqs stitched on all 4 sides. Try it I'am sure you will like it.
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    That is adorable.

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    Nice job, I've got that one on my "to-do" list someday !

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    That's pretty! Nice job!

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    What a beautiful quilt. It does look vintage.

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    What a beautiful quilt. It does look vintage.

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    Really pretty! Great idea for charm packs-

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    I love it. Simple but so cute!

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    Very nice baby quilt. I love all the soft colors.

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    Very pretty! You did a great job!!

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    Cute

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    Love this

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    Sweet, darling baby blanket!

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    Pretty quilt and good choice of colors.

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    Beautiful!

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    I just got this pattern last month, I cant wait to try it.

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    I love it. So pretty.

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    Love it! Simple yet beautiful. I am cutting fabric stash into squares right now, but keep thinking of what to do with all of them. This board is great for inspirational ideas! Thanks for sharing.

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    What is the name of this pattern/technique?

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    Are the edges of the squares raw, then? It's a very sweet quilt. Love the colors.

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    Very pretty! :)

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    Very pretty. Would love to see a tute on this process.

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    I like this bright and colorful quilt. :D

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    the tecn didn't seem to a have a name but it is a yoyo mama design forgot to mention after you have drawn all the line to form your grid ,sewn the squares on, and finished the quiilt you will have to wash it . pinking shears are a good thing to cut with you won't have too many threads hanging off but you will have to trim some to tidy it up.

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    So pretty!

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