I would make blocks out of the clothes so those bits wouldn’t look like babies but remind you of the clothes – and then put accents here and there like a sleeve or a bootie.
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What about using your daughters clothes just for the sides and ends of the quilt. Leave the middle using other materials similar in pattern and color and design to your daughter’s clothing but, not the real thing. That way who ever lays down on the middle of the quilt will not be laying down on your daughter’s clothing. Just a thought. Good luck.
I cut the girls’ clothes into hearts to appliqué onto a quilt top.
I’d agree with everyone, don’t use the whole thing. Just cut pieces out of it. Either squares, or different shapes, hearts, stars, depending on your quilting ability.
Actually, I think it would be neat to make a base quilt and then scatter a few pieces of clothes-shaped clothing on top. I would just cut the clothes in half, though, to give it less bulk—the front of a onesie, for example, rather than sewing on the whole thing.
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How about cutting them into pieces shaped like clothes?
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