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Kelly Wayman: Earlier this year I was met with the challenge of a gender neutral gray and orange fox quilt for a very special babe. Using Fig Tree & Co.’s Francesca Fox pattern, I came up with this variation using Thatched by Moda for my foxes and Kona solids for the background and sashing.
Baby panel quilt and Kimberbell Bear made by Fran Heeter
Jean Ping: More than twenty years ago, when I had my first baby, a dear friend gave me this blanket with a crocheted edge. That friend passed away about ten years ago, before her youngest son had children of his own.  I had kept the blanket all along, and recently was able to pass it on to his young family. His children had never received anything their grandmother had made.  I was so happy that I could give them something with such an important connection.
Cindy Selby: My nephew and his wife are expecting their first baby in February and are doing a "Happy Caterpillar" themed nursery. I found a happy caterpillar panel and used my Solaris IQ designer to outline the caterpillar parts. I also quilted the "post-it" blocks using four different embroidery designs: a ladybug, clouds and stars, bees, and butterflies. 
Nichole King: This quilt was made for a friend of mine who was having her 2nd grand baby (first granddaughter). She picked out the fabrics at Honey Run. I love using appliqué for baby quilts. I used my sewing machine and used the blanket stitch to appliqué these fun pieces.
Terrie Johnson: What’s better than reading a book in a cozy spot with a cozy quilt and your favorite stuffed animal? This is my great niece enjoying her morning.