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Thread: Oi! Color choices are hard!!!

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    Super Member mary quite contrary's Avatar
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    1 or 3 but I can't wait to see what you decide. Be sure to show pictures along the way.

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    Looks like it should be #1. I to thought it was the best, but all three were fab.
    Let us know which one you choose! :D :D :D

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    I really like #1 but #3 is a close second - either will be beautiful.

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    I really like the look of #1 as well!!!

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    I like 2 :lol: :lol:

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    I like #1...

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    well the results were overwhelming, so I'll stick with #1 :)

    I'm gonna get started on cutting my squares later tonight! I'm excited for this!!

    If I may ask a very newbie question to hyjack my own thread...

    When I have the quilt topper done, obviously I choose some batting and then bind it together with a backing material...

    The first quilt I made, my aunt and I stretched the topper out with tape on her really freaking large counter top to pin it together then I very slowly sewed the whole thing together.

    I absolutely do not want to do this. I've heard rumors that you can send your quilt off to be bound by a professional. How does one find such a person to hire and do this?

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    I would ask at your local quilt shop. They probably have a list of longarm quilters that they recommend

    Debbie

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    I like #1. Good luck deciding.

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    Personally, I like all of them but I like the first one best, but that's my opinion. You need to think about what YOU like.

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