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Thread: Is this a good one for signing?

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    Is this a good one for signing?

    After making a patriotic quilt for Loise's 90th birthday, I decided to make a smaller one that all of his guest can sign so he can have it as a keepsake. Do you think this one will do?

    Oh, his favorite color is yellow, and anything patriotic.
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    I think it will work GREAT for signing. Love that the quilt is so bright and festive.
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    Yes, it would work for signing. They could either sign it in the yellow rectangles with a black marker or around the yellow border or both. It is a wonderful quilt & you done great making it.

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    I think it would be perfect for signatures! I love this quilt -- so bright & cheerful!
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    you did a fantastic job on the quilt
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    I was asked about the blocks I used and since I don't know the name of it, this is the best way I know to show how it was done.
    I saw a quilt similar to what I have online somewhere but could not find the name of the blocks or the quilt so I took a shot at drawing it up myself in the Quilt pro and the EQ7 programs and this what I came up with. I call it "Boxed In"
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    Perfect!!!!!!!!!

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    I love your quilt and that pattern, thanks so much for sharing. I have been looking for a project to sew on this Friday night at sewing group. I think I just found it.

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    Just wonderful, great job, thank you for sharing. What a treasurer
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    THANK YOU for sharing! What a great pattern/quilt!
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    (.(. (..`..♥ rebecca

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