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Thread: finished Bricks and Stones

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    Finished piecing my Bricks and Stones. Just need to add borders now. Everytime I look at it I think of Dorothy and the Yellow Brick Road. Thanks for looking
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    Nicely done!

    What are your borders going to be? And how do you plan to quilt this?

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    :thumbup:

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    Love it!

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    I found it!!!
    Lovely! I see what you mean about the yellow brick road!

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    What a fun quilt. You did a great job and it does look like the yellow brick road (smile). Wonderful job. Thank you for sharing.

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    I love it! Looks like a fun quilt to make.

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    very nice like how you used the yellow great job

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    Pretty

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    That's an ingenious pattern. :thumbup:

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    I plan to make a 2 inch border with a dark green, a one inch with the yellow and maybe a brown one about 4 inches with the corners mitered. Back it in brown, since its for a grandson's graduation, hand quilt a quarter inch from the seams and bind in the yellow.

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    Lovely! The yellow makes it so cheery.

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    Very nice and happy looking.

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    Love it

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    That is so nice!!! Good job!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlong
    I plan to make a 2 inch border with a dark green, a one inch with the yellow and maybe a brown one about 4 inches with the corners mitered. Back it in brown, since its for a grandson's graduation, hand quilt a quarter inch from the seams and bind in the yellow.
    This sounds lovely! I know that you will make it lovely!

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    I like this nice quilt

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    I like that, I have a lot of homespun that would work in that pattern.

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    I love it.

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    What a great and easy way to use scraps. Goes on my list.

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    Very nice!

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