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    Super Member nannyrick's Avatar
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    I like it the way it is. You have done a wonderful job. It is beautiful!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Very pretty!!
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    you are sure good with color. Nice job

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    nicecolors, great quilt

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    Looks great. I would use the white sashing as well
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    I think a sashing would make it look more complete and also set off the blocks as stated above in another post.
    Beautiful quilt BTW.
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    Beautiful blocks. Think they would stand out more with added sashing.

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    I agree with an earlier post, I would let the final size dictate whether to sash or not. I can visualize both ways. Another post suggested white sashing with corner stones. I think that would carry the theme of the block well also. I've seen some of your other works & your choices are right on for the quilt, I have no doubt you'll do the same on this one.

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    I like it without...beautiful
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    Gorgeous quilt.

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