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Posted February 23, 2009
What comes in a self-contained box, is plasticized and has 22 wonderful ideas? THE LITTLE BOX OF BABY QUILTS is what!
This wonderful little box has a detailed card for each of the 22 quilts created by Ms. Cardon. There is also a card that is the Table of Contents and one that gives basic instructions such as embroidery stitches, how to make a quilt sandwich and quilting and binding basics in case you need a refresher on any of these points.
There are some very useful and unique quilts in this box. How about a quilt that has pockets? This could be a wall hanging and used to keep powder, cream or Q-tips handy. As the baby gets older and uses the quilt as a blanket, it can be a place to keep a car or a doll close when falling asleep.
Then there are the "3-D" quilts. These have dimension to them such as two types of fabric - cotton and fuzzy fabric. How about a blanket with a dual purpose - keeping warm and playing a game? There are two of these - one is called Training Wheels (it has a "race track" around the edge and the other is a checkerboard, complete with playing pieces. And we can't forget the special wall hanging that is a measuring stick. Every child needs one of these and its measuring device is the stem of a flower. Too cute!
These cards will lay flat so you won't have a problem keeping your place, they have plenty of graphics and a color photo of the completed quilt. The card also tells you the finished size of the quilt and the blocks.
This is a wonderful gift to give to your favorite quilter or just to add to your own library of favorite quilt books.
Posted January 5, 2011
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