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    Super Member mary quite contrary's Avatar
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    Very nice!!!!!

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    I love that, Yvonne!! You sure do good work. :D My favorite squares are #1, 3 and 9. Do you know how I counted? As you'd read them-left to right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yvonne
    Thank you everyone! I appreciate the comments and suggestions more than you know. I had considered a small green inner border so you are validating that idea. Thank you! I do have enough of the background fabric to possible put another border on with that but it'll have to be pieced. And NO, Patrice, No flying geese. I hates flying geese! I had thought about a pieced ribbon border but my border books are lost among all the other books that are awaiting their very own book shelves. As soon as that cabinet maker gets here with my cabinets then I'll go ahead and finish this thing!

    Thank you again! :P
    I think Flying Geese very very good for you. At least four borders worth.

    Very nice.

    tim in san jose

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_jupiter

    I think Flying Geese very very good for you. At least four borders worth.:shock: :shock: :shock:

    Very nice.

    tim in san jose
    NO! NO! NO!
    Don't make me do it! I've been good!

    Tim, You and Patrice are wicked! :lol:

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    Yvonne--I love your BOM quilt--and the dark green gives it some pop. I am right there with everyone else too--the thin dk green border would be great!

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    That is beautiful. I love the fabric choices!!

    Kyia

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    sounds like you have a plan in mind and that is what I would have recommended....that will look great but it looks pretty darn good now...:-)

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    Your BOM Sampler Quilt is wonderful. Good job!! :thumbup:

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    You know, one could get a really big head on this quilt board? Thank you everyone! I'll give you an updated photo after I add a couple borders without any itty-bitty flapping geese! :lol:

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    It looks like you are telling a story with that quilt. Like there is a secret in there if you just keep looking. I don't know why I said that. It just was my minds eye response.
    Very nice botm, It has character and I don't see one thing wrong with it.

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