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Thread: Graduation Quilt for daughter

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    I am making this for my daughter who is graduating High school this year. I am unsure of what type of border I want to add. But I love this quilt so far..
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    Looks wonderful. Good job.

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    Vey nice, luck daughter!

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    It's beautiful!!!

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    Looking good

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    Nice job, great gift!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltinggrandmaca
    Looks wonderful. Good job.
    WOW. I love the one in your profile pic quiltinggrandma.

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    Lovetocraft, it looks great. I saw that pattern at the GA quilt show in October. The batiks really make it pop.

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    That is an awesome quilt. Great job so far.

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    I think a dark navy batik would make a perfect addition for a border.

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