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Thread: First finish for 2013 from the book "Skip the Borders"

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    Super Member Minnesewta-sam's Avatar
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    Nice pattern. It really doesn't need borders...perfect as is. Thanks for sharing!
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    I have that book - that is one of the patterns that I really want to make - you did a wonderful job on your quilt.

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    Very pretty!!!
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    Oh that's so nice!! Love the fabric choices.
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    Really neat quilt!
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    Very nice quilt love your colors. I hate to do borders . I like Julie's book's...........

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    Love it! Now Im gonna have to go find and buy that book!
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    I really like your quilt and nice job done.

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