baby quilt

Just in case you were hoping to see the baby quilt and missed my post
in another thread - I finally settled on Fotki.com for my online photo
sharing based on some online reviews and comparisons I found. So far,
using Fotki, I've experienced no problems and no pop ups or
advertising.
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I have one folder loaded so far called, of course, quilts, and the baby
quilt and it's backing is in there. Try to picture a baby laying in
the center!
Musicmaker, soon to be Nonny
Reply to
Musicmaker
Your baby quilt is just right for a baby, and yes, I can see (in my mind's eye) a sweet newborn right in the center.
Does the pattern for #13 have a name or is it something you designed. I really like it.
Reply to
Phyllis Nilsson
Phyllis - there is a name for # 13, but I don't know what it is. You know how different fabric manufacturers sometimes release free patterns in 8x10 glossies for their customers? That's what I remember. If you look at it - each square is like a large 4 patch, where each of the 4 patches is a 9 patch. Diagonally, they are mirror images of each other and it was really easy. Obviously not so easy to describe. hmph. Jessamy where are you? You could figure this one out in EQ couldn't you?
Phyllis, if Jessamy doesn't see this - you could ask her - she's very generous with this kind of thing.
Musicmaker
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Musicmaker
Linda - the table runner is a paper pieced pattern I bought that uses pineapples. Does that make sense? I'll try to find it for you.
Musicmaker
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Musicmaker
In article ,
What a wonderful quilt, MM! "They" say that black and white is a great color scheme for a baby quilt, but you've made it so much better with those cheerful flowers around the edges -- it's really easy to imagine a baby lying in the center. :)
Reply to
Sandy Foster
Wow, well I like it! Very colorful. It was worth the wait. LOL I checked out the other quilt while there. Very nice. Thanks for sharing
Reply to
Ceridwen
Since you remember it as a free pattern, I sketched it from your photograph and will try it. Seems just right for a scrappy quilt and will try it (when I finish this "Nine O'Clock" from the Quilters Cache. Thank you for the "pattern".
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Phyllis Nilsson

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