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Thread: Pinwheel Border on, sandwiched and ready to quilt

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    Super Member #1piecemaker's Avatar
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    Pinwheel Border on, sandwiched and ready to quilt

    I thought you might like to see how the pinwheel borders look on the baby quilt that I'm making for my great niece that is due to make her first appearance in this world very soon. I have the quilt sandwiched and in the hoop with stitching underway. Hope the baby doesn't come until its finished. Doc says it could be any day and not the August due date he first gave. I sure wish my brother could have lived long enough to see this little gal before he died. How does it look now that it has all four sides of the border on? I plan to bind it in Hot Pink.
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    The pin wheels really bring out all the colors. Love it!

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    The quilt is adorable. Love those pinwheels.

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    Hi, your border is beautiful and the overall quilt is darling. The baby will Cary it all around when she gets big enough. I also wish your brother could have seen it and the baby, Al though he is in a much better place, and he is singing away up their.Thank you for showing us your baby quilt. Josie

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    Very cute I think it is the perfect border !
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    Those pinwheels are just the icing on the cake! This little quilt is ADORABLE! The pink binding will be just perfect, too! Please let us know when the little lady makes her grand entrance!
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    The border turned out perfect and I can't wait to see the hot pink binding! And I believe your brother will be looking down on that beautiful little girl from the minute she's born.
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    Most certainly brings out the panel really well! It is lovely!
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    That is going to be such a beautiful quilt. I can't wait to see photos of it after you have quilted it! Love the pinwheel border!
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    Pretty! I think the hot pink binding will frame it up nicely.

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