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Thread: Pink Enough

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    Senior Member YC Quilter's Avatar
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    Pink Enough

    I finally finished this queen size quilt for my 4 year old GD who loves pink and recently moved in to her BIG girl bed. Now that it's done, I really like it but while working on it I was getting pretty tired of Pink!
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    My DDIL helped pick out and buy the fabrics, my DGD loves it!

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    She'll love it! My fav colors are pink & green.
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, 4 crazy cats & 1 dog!

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    Very pretty!!!
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    I don't know I think maybe you should've added a little more pink! Cute quilt!

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    you were smart to throw the green and yellow in there. sets if off just right. pretty.
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    yes nice and pink

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    Very sweet. Reminds me of strawberry ice cream sundaes.

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    It's a very pretty quilt. It is pink but you have different shade of pink so to me it isn't to much. Bet she will love the quilt.
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    I think this pink quilt is gorgeous. I made my grandaughter a very pink one several years ago, too. Lovely.
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    Very nice, she'll love it.
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    perfect for any little girl who just moved into a "big girl" bed - she will love it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by leatheflea View Post
    I don't know I think maybe you should've added a little more pink! Cute quilt!
    My theory? You can NEVER have enough pink! So this is just about right! LOL! I love this! And I know your DGD will, too! The backing fabric is beautiful, too!
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    She is going to love it!!

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    That is a gorgeous quilt.
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    Absolutely beautiful, I love all the pink and the backing too. Not too much pink for me. She will love it and the pink.
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    It is really pretty and I bet she will love it for many years to come
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    What a great quilt-all the pinks just seem like they were made for each other

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    How pretty. Any little girl will love this.

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    For little girls who love pink, there can never be too much. I love the backing fabric you chose too - she'll spend hours looking at the different scenes.
    A fabric stash is always missing that one fabric needed to finish the quilt on which you're working.

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    It's beautiful. My 5 year old DGD loves anything hot pink... and grandma does too. We have a lot of fun with our pink things.

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    Love the pink quilt; can you give us the pattern name. Don't think it's YBR or d9p, but can't really tell.

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    Bright,pink & beautiful!!! Congrats on a great job GM!

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    I really like the yellow. I've done pink, purple, and lime green, but yellow is a difficult color to handle. You did a great job of adding just enough of the secondary colors. They pop but they don't take away from the pinks. I admit, I'm pretty impressed!

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    Wow it's gorgeous!
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    I LOVE it!
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