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Thread: The 'Is this OK' Quilt finished

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    Oksewglad, I enlarged the stitch but I'm not sure about the settings. I think it's # 138 and the border stitch is # 173. I used the decorative curved stitch just for the same reasons you mentioned. This is the first time I did it this way but certainly not the last
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    It looks so pretty!
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    A very colorful quilt for a good cause. Looks like a great way to use up scraps.

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    Some little child will love this pretty quilt!

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    Very pretty. I love all the bright colors.

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    I love it! very cute!
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    Anael - When ya are through your gonna really brighten up the nap hour! Lovely quilt!
    OK - Thanks for point me & others ta this thread!
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    Really pretty. I have a Bernina and have used the decorative stitches for quilting. It really adds a different dimension to the quilt.

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    That is so cute. It really came together once you got the binding on. I love the idea of using all your fun and fancy stitches to quilt it with. It should hold up well for the kids.
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    Very pretty and sweet.

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    I really like working with jelly rolls, your quilt looks great, somebody will be very happy with it.

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    Terrific quilt. It will keep on giving for years to come giving comfort to lots of little boys and girls.

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    Great idea. Love the stitches you choice to quilt with.
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    It looks great. My friend made one and says it is so fun.
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    Very pretty...nice touch with the decorative stitching. I too have been thinking of doing a jelly roll race quilt...they seem great fun to do and they look really terrific...which is a bonus. When websurfing the other day I happened upon a blog and the quilter had put in a solid square (2 inch finished) between each join, think hers was white. Added a cool twist. Thanks for sharing with us....I'm guessing you'll have another in the works before long

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    I love jelly roll quilts AND YOURS WILL BE APPRECIATED ALSO LIKE THE QUILTING

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    It turned out great

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    Love the way you put the colors together!

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    It looks great! Nice job!

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    It seems like such a happy quilt. Great job. Like all the different stitches you used too.

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