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

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    That is really pretty. Going together really nice.

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    O.K. Now I'm really liking it.

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    I love the border option with the blocks :thumbup:

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    looks great...

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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 Leslie said. Your quilt looks very springy!

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    I love it. Perfect!

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    I like the border. It is going to be beautiful.

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    I like it!

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    I like it!

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    I like it. That is the ideal border.

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    I like it. That is the ideal border.

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    I like it. That is the ideal border.

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    What about cutting a 1 1/2 strip of white, fold in half and press, stitch down using 1/4" Then add the color blocks on top of the white. This would give the punch and separate the blocks from the top.

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    It's working up just great and everyones ideas are good!

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    As always, beautiful work Carrie. You really have an eye for color and it shows. Can hardly wait to see the finished quilt top.

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    I really like the border you added. It makes the quilt. So pretty.

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    Thank you all very much!! I appreciate all the kind comments. The finished top is now posted for all to see.

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    preworktty colors and quilt beautiful

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    I really like the border on it,

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    You "rock" Carrie!! Go for it. It is pretty as can be.

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    looks great!

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    Very, very nice!

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    I really love it! The bright colors are great!

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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 this idea very much. The thin inner border would really make it pop.

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    Really pretty and nice cheery colors.

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