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    Quilt Sharing - Ginny Day 4

    A good portion of my quilting and sewing projects are things I make for babies and kids. Here are a few of them.

    Max' Rag Quilt.jpgBack of Max' Rag Quilt.jpg

    I made Max a rag quilt for Christmas last year. He is very much into marine life so I chose a couple of whale fabrics. I used flannel on the back.

    DSCN0030 (Copy).JPG The year before that I made a quilt for Lily using Chenille It. It was easy to work with and fuzzied up nicely.

    Tessa's blocks.jpg Here is a set of stuffed blocks that I made for Tessa. When I first started making the stuffed blocks for the kids, I would applique the letter on them. Now I use my embroidery machine for the letters and also sometimes to add other things to it.


    DSC03039 (2).JPGDSC03023.JPGReading pillow - Sit back and relax -- Dinosaur.jpgTessa's unicorn towel.jpgDSC03013 (2).JPGValentine's Owl.jpg I have also made a couple of "birth announcement" wall hangings, tons of burp cloths, some reading pillows, hooded towels are a always a fun thing to make and give. I also have made a combination of the falling charms pattern baby blanket with a self binding backing. And there are always the stuffies too. Aviendha is holding the owl I made her for her first Valentine's Day this year. There have been a bunch of bunnies, whale, dragon, puppies and a few other critters. I love my embroidery machine.

    Thanks for looking.
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    Last edited by Ginny B; August 21, 2020, 08:24 AM.
    Ginny B

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    Everything is so cute! Combining machine embroidery with quilting is so fun and the results are fantastic. It opens up new worlds of creativity. Thanks, Ginny
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    Scottie Mom Barb

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      #3
      What a beautiful baby girl!! I love all your projects BTW.

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        #4
        Beautiful work!
        Katrina
        “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.” Maya Angelou

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          #5
          Adorable quilts and projects! It's so nice that you can make such custom gifts. You add that special touch! Thanks for the show!

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            #6
            Beautiful! I have never made a rag quilt.

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              #7
              What an amazing collection of beautiful quilts, pillows, blocks and an adorable owl! You are amazing!!!

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                #8
                Very cute. The unicorn hooded blanket is so cute and I love the pillow.
                Carlie

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                  #9
                  Love everything, the unicorn hooded towel is wonderful, you make me wish for an embroidery machine.
                  Thanks for sharing

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                    #10
                    Tessa is one lucky child! I especially like the idea of a birth announcement quilt. I never would have thought of that. Well done!

                    Rob
                    There's nothing more directly linked to who we are than the fabric that we make.
                    --Ken Burns

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                      #11
                      What a great assortment of baby & kid quilts & such. I can see that you have lots of fun making these for loved ones. Burp cloths are really appreciated by moms...I've made lots of them too.

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                        #12
                        Love the quilts (1st w/color combo) & the embroidery projects are fabulous. Aviendha so stinkin' adorable! Gina

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                          #13
                          Oh I really like the rag quilts! I could have made my pink and green ragged except they are hexagons. Anyway, must make another!

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                            #14
                            Beautiful work! Curious how you did th he chenille one? Rachel

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                            • ktdid
                              ktdid commented
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                              If I'm not mistaken, she used chenille it, it comes like a roll of .25" or .50" bias tape, you stitch it on after you make the blocks. Then fluff it up with a brush or wash it. You can buy it at many places, fabric.com, amazon, search for Chenille It tape

                            • Ginny B
                              Ginny B commented
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                              Yes that is what I used. And it is easy to use.

                            #15
                            Late getting to the quilt sharing today. Ginny your selection today was a treat for the eyes!
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