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Thread: Disappearing 4 patch--I wanted to try it, but with these colors....

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    Disappearing 4 patch--I wanted to try it, but with these colors....

    I call this color choice black and white splash! I used 4" squares. This is going to be a "Tummy-time" quilt for my first grandchild who is late! :-) I want him or her to have something to look at. The back will be flannel with pastel letters. The binding will be yellow or green, I think. It's about 34" by 40". It's layered and will be quilted soon.
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    That looks wonderful, nice and bright, love it
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    Very nice quilt for a baby.

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    yes very nice bright colours....

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    Maybe a red binding? The colors aren't exact--well--the bottom has a shadow of me, and the rust color looks more red here.

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    Gorgeous, I love the bright colours
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    Love it! Great job!

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    ​Very neat quilt!

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    wonderful quilt for a baby! It will be great as he or she notices color and even better as a toddler to learn the names of colors. Beautifully done D4P!
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Very very pretty.
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    Love the colors!

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    nicely done
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    Wow. Great color combination. Great job!
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    Love these bright colors!

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    That will surely keep him busy when he is on his tummy. So many bright colors and interesting designs. You did a really nice job.
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    I just recently came across the D4P and it's amazing. I love your color combination.

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    I love it! Makes me want to try the D4P too! Thanks for sharing
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    I love it too !

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    Love your fabric choices - they'll certainly keep him occupied and help in the development of his eyes. Great job!
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    I love how that turned out.

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    Bright and Beautiful..Love those colors! Very nice!

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    nice job very pretty!
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    This is a fantastic quilt!!!!!

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    Awesome job!
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