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Thread: one star soldier block

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    Senior Member snow's Avatar
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    Did any one use white for their star background?I use White and mailed them and didn't realize your are to use cream. :shock:

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    I did. My block was in the mail before I realized it had to be cream. I guess I should have read better.

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    did u use solid or print and does iton the red and blue

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    I did white too....

    I think either was ok....

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    can we use a print or solid on the red and blue ?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever
    can we use a print or solid on the red and blue ?????
    I think either is fine. The picture they're showing of the Flag of Valor quilt has both prints & solids.

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    Senior Member snow's Avatar
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    I use solid white and a blue and red star.

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    On the pdf, the specifications are for light tone-on-tone while the the description on the site says "cream." (or maybe I have that reversed)

    I'll bet they will be just beautiful and I'm sure Moda will get enough with white backgrounds that they can use Bar Harbor for the coordinates, instead of the Minick & Simpson line.

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