Finally finished!

I have posted the pix of the baby quilt I just finished. It is the first of
many (hopefully) that I will complete this year. I have joined the RCTQ
Get it done Yahoo group and posted the pix there as well. Which reminds me
I have to update my plan for my next project.
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AliceW
"Hug them while they're here"
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AliceW
Lovely idea, Alice - single large block. It looks lovely. . In message , AliceW writes
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Patti
Way to go, Alice. I like the idea of a single-block quilt - I've done one of those for a king-size waterbed! Yours is really nice, and I'm sure the new mom is going to love it.
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Louise in Iowa
Beautiful, Alice!! Mommy and baby alike will LOVE it!!! :)
Hmm ... many *baby* quilts for this year?! If so, congrats!! And enjoy!! :)
Warm quilty hugs!! -- Connie :)
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SewVeryCreative
That's a great idea too. I could even do a Carpenter's Wheel if it were that large! Or even four or nine >gg< . In message , Louise in Iowa writes >Way to go, Alice. I like the idea of a single-block quilt - I've done one of >those for a king-size waterbed! Yours is really nice, and I'm sure the new >mom is going to love it. > >-- >Louise in Iowa >nielandl@ msn dot com >
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Patti
The colors used in the quilt are the colors of the nursery and boy, is it stunning - the nursery that is. I have also used this pattern to make a scrap quilt and used the optional top and bottom borders which makes it a large lap quilt. The center star is made from 12.5" squares cut on the diagonal. Used a goodly portion of my large scraps. The top can actually be made in a day. Ask me how I know.
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AliceW

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