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Thread: My 1st Grandbaby quilt

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    Very cute. I think I would go with yellow. There seems to be quite a bit of it in the embroidery.

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    Cute quilt, I think I would use one of the yellows too.

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    Hi and welcome to the Board! That is a beautiful baby quilt. I'm with the others, use one of the yellows for the border.

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    I would go nutreal if giving it before the baby is born. Go green. a nice and lovely shade. will work for both boys and girls. plus it will make it more colorful. And the baby can use it to learn their colors.

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    Wow, that is pretty! I think you could use almost anything for a border. Congrats on the new grand baby!

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    Adorable quilt, love the puffiness and pattern. And you are sooooo lucky!! There is nothing better than being a grandma!!

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    Looks like this is for a girl. How about a pink fabric with some of the other colors in tiny flowers for the border? As you can tell, everyone has all sorts of ideas. Anything you do will be beautiful. And congrats on this grandchild. They are truly wonderful.

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    Beautiful, I would suggest doing the same as the sashing :!:

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    So precious!

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    Oh my, that is so gorgeous. It doesn't matter what you put for a border the quilt is so beautiful. I love it.

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