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  • GrammaBabs
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    Good point... thanks for the heads up! Sometimes (a lot of times) when i get "creative" the size ends up awkward like that... some creative sashing usually does the trick)

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  • alliek
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    What a great baby quilt! Simple and so pretty. Thanks.

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  • ncgrammie
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    I came across this quilt a few months ago and HAD to make it. It is as precious as can be. The only thing was that it came out wider than longer so the wide strip ended up being the top of the quilt instead of the side. It was still precious and sweet and the new mama I gave it to loved it. That's all that really mattered. I hope I made sense, but I highly recommend it.

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  • Grandma Nan
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    Great idea. Love this twist of mixing up the fabric.

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  • Suzette
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    Originally posted by katier825 View Post
    I like that it has a little more style than the JRR quilts.
    Me too! I have never done a JRR, but I do like the little twist on this one. Makes for a very cute quilt.

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  • sew-what2015
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    Like that! Thanks for sharing.

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  • katier825
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    That's cute. I like that it has a little more style than the JRR quilts.

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  • sewbizzy
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    I really like this one!

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  • Spiff
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    Oh, I like that. Cute use of a jelly roll.

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  • GrammaBabs
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    found this interesting!

    Seems like this method might be a good way to mix up a JR into a quilt without too much thinking)

    http://www.pieceandquilt.com/2009/08...-tutorial.html
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