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    #16
    Re: sailboats

    Joy, the pattern was called Baby Sails and it was from Thankfully Sew which is sadly out of business. The boats are appliqué and I used my preferred method with fusible and machine stitched the edges. Jenny did a tutorial called How to Appliqué where she featured this pattern. You could figure out the piecing using her directions but would have to come up with your own design for the boats. You could use any design really. I think Jenny suggested a coloring book for different designs. Big flowers would be so cute for a girl.
    Michele

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      #17
      Re: sailboats

      Such a fun quilt.

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        #18
        Re: sailboats

        I love this darling little quilt. You did a beautiful job. I remember this tutorial of Jenny's! I was looking for it a few months ago and could not find it so I figured I'd wing it, but have not had a chance to yet. You did a great job. Put me down as another one who loves the giant rick rack waves.
        Theda :icon_wave:

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          #19
          Re: sailboats

          How cute is that! You did a great job.

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            #20
            Re: sailboats

            That's lovely, great job.

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              #21
              Re: sailboats

              How perfect is that?! Adorable quilt! I love the design and the ric-rac! Applique is on my list of new skillz to learn in 2020.

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