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Where can I find a baby elephant quilt pattern?

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Baby elephant quilt patterns may be found on Etsy. Quilt patterns of baby elephants are also available on The Find. The patterns are available in several colors and designs.

Elephant quilt patterns for a baby quilt on Etsy feature colors such as green, pink and purple. One of the patterns is a number of squares, with an elephant in each square. The square is also decorated with designs like diamonds or flowers. The Find features elephant patterns in shades of blue and yellow. There is also an elephant pattern that features a mother elephant and a baby elephant. Baby jungle animal patterns are also available and include elephants, as well as giraffes and lions.


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