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Thread: Part 3 of the 45 minute ten minute block. Opinions needed!

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    Here is more progress of my ten minute block. I added another row of the green (suggested by Klgreene, great idea BTW!) and a potential border.

    What do you all think of the border?

    None of is sewn together yet. The blocks are just laying side by side.

    Thank you for looking!

    Here is the first post: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-124903-1.htm
    Part 2: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-125181-1.htm

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    I'm liking it!

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    I think the border idea is great, but can you arrange it so that no border square is right next to a sq of the same color? If not, I would do a thin inner border of something else entirely, then do the squares for the border.

    In any case, very colorful and cheerful -- it will be a great baby quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeslieFrost
    I think the border idea is great, but can you arrange it so that no border square is right next to a sq of the same color? If not, I would do a thin inner border of something else entirely, then do the squares for the border.

    In any case, very colorful and cheerful -- it will be a great baby quilt.
    I like what she said! Maybe the purple butterfly for a border? thin border? I love the varied squares on the outside.

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    I really like it!

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    cute as a button!

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    Wow, that is turning out so pretty. I love the pretty colors. Great job so far.

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    I like this and looking forward to part 4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LeslieFrost
    I think the border idea is great, but can you arrange it so that no border square is right next to a sq of the same color? If not, I would do a thin inner border of something else entirely, then do the squares for the border.

    Hey - she read my mind! I was thinking a thin plain border, then the squares would make the center pop. Love the colors ~ you must be close to 10 min. time frame after making all these. lol

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    All I can say is WOW, WOW, WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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