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on: August 01, 2019 11:11:03 AM 
Started by mouseinmypocket, Message by mouseinmypocket
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My sister is having a baby in a couple of months and I've been scouring the interwebs trying to come up with a quilt for the baby.  She's not finding out the gender, so I need to make a gender neutral quilt. Right now my plan is to use prints from American Jane's new line, Bubble Pop, which comes out later this month.

I'm hoping that will help me get the same feel as the quilt I did for her last child, which also used a line by American Jane.

While I would like to keep the color palette consistent, I'd like a different look for this one.  Do you recommend a totally different pattern, or using a different HST layout?
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