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Thread: Son's quilt

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    Son's quilt

    Made this quilt using 10-minute block pattern. Quilted each block separately. Then added borders. Now it's time to bind. Do you think the green fabric is okay? Without going shopping, that's the best I can do. Thanks for looking.
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    ver nicely done!!!
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    Great job and I like all the colors (including the green).

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    Wonderful!

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    Looks great, I think the green will work nicely!
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    That's a very nice quilt. It will be loved.

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    That is an excellent quilt and the green is a good choice to finish it off.

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    wonderful. great way to show off the badges
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    Beautiful quilt! Love the colors!!

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    ​Great quilt and I think the green will look nice!

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    nicely done
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    Beautiful quilt. I love the green. I definitely would use it.

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    Beautiful quilt, lovely design too. You can use the green, very nice color too, or make the binding with all the colors in your squares. Thanks for sharing your quilt with us. Mary
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    Great work...yes, green looks good.
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    Wow, it looks great! The green will look super too!

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    Momma's Pride is what I would call it. So many patches! Very nice work.
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    If you want the binding to show, then use the green. If you want it to blend in with the burgundy border, then use the burgundy. Sometimes it is just what we have enough to make the binding with.
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    Lovely work on this! Great way to show off those badges!
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    Good job there !!!

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    Wonderful quilt!

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    Great quilt! Thank him for serving ...

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    Beautiful. The green is perfect.

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    I think the green would be perfect.

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    I think the green works out nicely. You did a great job on that quilt. It will be loved.

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    that's a great idea for all those Merit Badges and patches!

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