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Thread: What To Do With It

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    I love it, my kind of quilt - scrappy !!! Lap quilt, charity quilt, I am sure if you decide to give it away to someone special, it will be much appreciated.

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    add borders and make a baby quilt, or take sqs. apart and put sashing between each square and make a bigger baby quilt. I love the blocks.

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    keep it in a ziplock bag and add blocks to it when you feel like it. Someday it will grow up and be a big beautiful quilt!

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    I think it is very bright and cheerful. any of the previous suggestions would be fine. Let us know what you end up doing. :)

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    donate to some children's charity.

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    I agree it would make a great baby blankie... put another row on and a couple small borders back it with flannel.. I would love to have that.. :)

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    cute, I LIKE IT!!Great suggestions, all of them, it would be a great Baby Quilt, and cherished I am sure!!

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    Thanks for the suggestions.We do have a new baby coming the family, a boy & colors are too pink for a boy.Guess I'll put a couple borders on it & call it done.

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    Go ahead and put a border on it and call it a baby quilt -- they love all the colors...I love this pattern -- mine is yet to come....

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    I know no one likes to rip but I would alternate the blocks with solid white ones and then it would really pop - not as busy.

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    My house would love it....let me know if you need my address.
    Great job...gift to someone who needs a lift...perfect for summer or spring...

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    Slap a border on it and give it away as a gift. One less thing on your shopping list and the other person will be delighted with it!

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    Cute, cute, cute! what pattern did you use? The ladies all gave you great suggestions!! :-D

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    Send it to me.
    I love it.
    J J

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    Do some quilting you've always wanted to try but didn't want to ruin anything, finish the quilt and give it to an animal shelter for the homeless pets.

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    I would put borders on it and use it as a baby quilt. If not that put borders and do a lap quilt . It would make a great xmas present too.

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    Pattern is called State Fair.
    Quote Originally Posted by Renae McClain-White
    Cute, cute, cute! what pattern did you use? The ladies all gave you great suggestions!! :-D

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    I would border it with a picket fence rail border and call it a flower garden and give it to a child. Any little girl will love all the colors. Gail

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    where can i get that pattern? your quilt is really cute.

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    It's by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co.....I got mine from an Etsy shop.
    Quote Originally Posted by createquilt
    where can i get that pattern? your quilt is really cute.

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    How about a big tote bag to carry your quilts, cutting boards etc to guild meetings!

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    I think if they were separate they would look better, they are to busy looking all bunched togather. Try using them with another block (like snowball blocks) and they will take on a whole new look.

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    Make a bag out of it and listen to the compliments you will get when you use it.

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    great ideas, i like Mimisharon's to donate to those that help children. That is very nice and put me in mind of a friend that when she was young had to be removed from her home and she had a blanket that she has kept with her all these years and so dear to her.

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    Add some borders to make a lap quilt and donate to your local Nursing Home. they are always in need of lap quilts and one of their residents would just love the beautiful colors and all the movements. Their old eyes could really get good exercise with this one.

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