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    Default Flannel Baby Quilt

    I used several of the AnitaGoodesigns mix and match quilt designs to make this flannel baby quilt. I really loved the fact that the batting stitched in as you go

    Please notice those adorable little lacey dragons from DBS
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    The quilt is beautiful Deborah. Are you going to enter it in the contest?
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    Wonderfull quilt. Any one would be so blessed to recieve it.

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    This is very pretty - and looks very warm. I love the scalpting look of the outside border.

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    Your Quilt is sooo pretty! How did you quilt it as you go?

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    This is very pretty. Love your choice of colors. Thanks for sharing.

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    This is just the cutest quilt - love the bright colors - you did a great job!

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    Great quilt for a little one. Love the shaped scalloped border and the bright colors. Thank you for sharing.

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    Your baby quilt looks snuggly soft, Deborah. The scalloped border adds a story book feel.
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    Your quilt is just so warm looking and snuggly. I would like to know how you worked the batting into it. Thank you.

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    Deborah that turned out so cute thanks for sharing your projects with us.

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    Deborah, Love your quilt, the baby will be snuggley and warm.

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    Adorable!! The colors are just perfect!!. Great job!
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    Thank you all SEW much for your wonderful comments! AnitaGoodesigns has their MIX AND MATCH QUILTING designs out that make things super easy to make a quilt without really knowing how to make traditional quilts. I used designs from 3 different sets to create this look. My favorite was the scalloped border.

    ** the first stitches create the outline, 2nd lay down the batting, next stitches where the first piece of fabric goes and on from there.

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    It looks wonderful, Deborah, well done! I have to agree with the rest - the scallop border is beautiful!

    Who is the recipient of this masterpiece?

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    Love this I have 2 to make, one for Willies daughter #3 another little girl and one for his Granddaughter her first baby and his first Great Grand-baby

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