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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyon View Post
    I'm following this, yeah I have already seen and flipped my fabric inside out, do you think I could put it on now or I can now I'm already seen them together, thank you for replying to me though!!! Attachment 70049
    Yes you can sew it straight on, just a straight stitch up each side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennos Mummy View Post
    Yes you can sew it straight on, just a straight stitch up each side.
    Okay great! Thank you so much!!!! I've been trying to find this out for weeks!! Thank you so much!!!

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    I haven't popped in for a while! I've been in a sewing lul haha. But I'm back into and seeing this baby a nursery! But I'm a bit stuck on what matches haha sooo theory does this match for a quilt/blanket type sew? ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1433132811.553372.jpg πŸ˜ƒ

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    I've done a lamp and sheets and change mat so far ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1433132860.858588.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1433132870.062815.jpgImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1433133206.265678.jpg been nice quick jobs haha loving everyone else's pics!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmakes3 View Post
    I've done a lamp and sheets and change mat so far Attachment 70453Attachment 70454Attachment 70455 been nice quick jobs haha loving everyone else's pics!!
    Do you have a pattern for the change table cover?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pmakes3 View Post
    I haven't popped in for a while! I've been in a sewing lul haha. But I'm back into and seeing this baby a nursery! But I'm a bit stuck on what matches haha sooo theory does this match for a quilt/blanket type sew? Attachment 70452 πŸ˜ƒ
    I think these will all work for a quilt! And will help tie all of your other bits & pieces together 😊

    Can't wait to find out what this baby is, I'm itching to start sewing for it! I know I want to make a quilt/playmat for it, I made a cot quilt in school but don't remember that much about how I did it & am worried I'll miss something in the quilting process & stuff it up! Does anyone have quilting tips for beginners?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamasupial View Post
    Do you have a pattern for the change table cover?
    I just used a Pinterest tutorial! Give me a sec I'll grab some links

    Edit this is the one I used
    http://asmallsnippet.com/2013/09/diy...pad-cover.html but there's lots of you do a search
    Last edited by Pmakes3; 01-06-2015 at 13:57.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorMade View Post
    I think these will all work for a quilt! And will help tie all of your other bits & pieces together 😊

    Can't wait to find out what this baby is, I'm itching to start sewing for it! I know I want to make a quilt/playmat for it, I made a cot quilt in school but don't remember that much about how I did it & am worried I'll miss something in the quilting process & stuff it up! Does anyone have quilting tips for beginners?
    I've never made one haha but there's a few tutorials on Pinterest I figured I'd have a crack! If I get stuck I'll recruit a friends mum lol

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    Just wondering does anyone have a tutorial or tips for making a pram hood cover? The stroller DH has in his car has got a massive oil stain on it (grr DH!) so want to make something to cover it

    I'm currently working on a raggy quilt for DD, can't wait to finish it

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    I think it depends on your pram hood (and how it goes on/fits together), but this is the tutorial I was using for my Cameleon hood (which is still a work in progress )

    http://pimpmybuggy.blogspot.com/2011...anopy.html?m=1

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