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a sweet tea party quilt- idea for baby girl in Uganda for Grandma to make?

Tiffany Quilt by makeaface, via Flickr, white low volume prints would work well for the centers.

Baby quilt This unlikely little baby quilt finished at 42x48 inches. I did not have a plan or pattern, just some flickr inspriation and a desire to use lots of neutrals. I did vertical quilting about 1.25 inches apart. I used tape as my guide. I also included a few horizontal lines in the quilting...no rhyme or reason as to where.

Liberty print quilt. I absolutely love this. "This quilt was made entirely out of Liberty prints. The maker said that she started collecting Liberty fabric as a teenager, and finally put them all together in a quilt that she wants to use as a 'bedcover in old age.' "

different take on a strip quilt Keep for Idea for my lovely daughter Meriah.

scrappy string quilt | Flickr - Photo Sharing! Use magazine pages and draw diagonal lines in various widths.

I think each hex triangle starts out with 2 different rectangles, sewed corner to corner (like HST), then trimmed to a 60 degree triangle - still working on figuring this out, but website has some clues

String Scrappy Quilt ~An idea for all those scraps ~m

"Vintage Sheet Quilt" by Amber from her bebo821 flickr stream. How I wish the colors were better in this photo!

Triple 4-patch--a good way to use beginner's and ender's...I stitch 4 squares to begin my piecing so I don't waste thread-and end with a four square --I end up making pieces for another quilt while working on the current quilt--saving thread in the process--Bonnie K. Hunter idea--she is amazing. quiltville.blogsp...

I love brights/bolds on white/off white/cream backgrounds....just looks so clean!

Okay, I usually zero in on piecing, but the quilting on this is REALLY cool. I love this idea of only quilting in the white/negative areas... it adds so much texture by making the colored squares "puffy!" I'd have been too chicken to try this without seeing someone else do it first. (And I love the colors in this quilt, too!) QD Springtime (7) by farbstoff-bridge, via Flickr