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Does Your Watermelon Cuddle? (It does if it's a Cuddle Quilt!)




What’s your favorite summertime food? 

All that yummy food is one reason we love summer!  One thing our family absolutely loves at every barbeque, picnic and family gathering is watermelon!

We also love these gorgeous cuddle soft quilt with their beautiful melon colors.  Look at one of them long enough and you’ll find yourself planning a picnic with lots of yummy summer food – and watermelon.

This gorgeous Watermelon Topaz quilt is adult sized: 60 x 72", and oh so soft.  The fabulous colors will keep you thinking of fun summer days all year long.  Who wouldn't love this quilt?  (plus the fabric is incredibly washable, so feel free to take it along to your next family picnic! Just be sure to line dry it.)


 














  The Izzy Melon throw is a smaller size: 45 x 60, but still just as soft and gorgeous.  Kids will love this size to snuggle with all year round, from picnics to wintertime stories!



 One of our newest loves is the cuddle rag quilt.  This fun Izzy Watermelon Rag Throw is fun to make, and fun to snuggle.  This fun throw is perfect to sit on and eat a watermelon picnic, and then wrap up for bedtime or snuggle time. 




Last, but certainly not least, is our new Cuddle Soft Baby Snuggly in two Watermelon Colors: Watermelon Blossom and Watermelon Wave.  These yummy Snugglies are two sided Baby Blankies that you can combine with different edges that coincide with the mickey manor musers pattern.






Have fun making your summer watermelon cuddle soft quilt, and be sure to use the following steps to pick your next perfect watermelon:

Pick a Good Watermelon

It's as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1. Look the watermelon over.
You are looking for a firm, symmetrical watermelon that is free from bruises, cuts or dents.

2. Lift it up.
The watermelon should be heavy for it's size. Watermelon is 92% water, most of the weight is water.

3. Turn it over.
The underside of the watermelon should have a creamy yellow spot from where it sat on the ground and ripened in the sun.

From www.watermelon.com


Pat




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