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Thread: My Turning Twenty

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    Super Member kwhite's Avatar
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    I made this for a friend who is a geometry teacher. I need to put on a 4 inch boarder. What color??

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    Crap forgot the pic. It doesn;t look it but it is square.
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    That is awesome K! I will have to look up that pattern and maybe use it this year for a family member, I just have 6 to do this year for them.

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    This was easy. though i did screw it up just a bit, but I was able to adjust so you can't tell.

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    Pretty!! I vote for the red as a border.

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    I have a couple of those patterns. I like the turning twenty when you don't have much time and you need something quick! I just completed one for my father in law that was nature type prints.

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    That is a cool quilt. Perfect fabric for a geometry teacher.

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    Beautiful quilt!! I think any color of border would be terrific but the royal blue or red would be my pick. Maybe use both -- 1" for the red and 3" for the blue??

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    Perfect fabric!

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    I think a narrow red border, and a wider black border would look great. Nice quilt!

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