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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Such a pretty quilt- I think the pink would make the quilt pop more than the green, in other words- pink border, then green for the outer one.
    Great job!!!!! :D
    I Agree

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    very pretty! i think the pink & green work nicely

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    I'm a pink and green sort of girl so I like it! :D

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    Thanks everyone for the help..!!

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    Green and pink borders - Yes :-P

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    I'm going with those that say first the pink and the use the green as the out border. What are you going to use as a binding?
    My Granddaughter would like it! I made her a pink and green (and other pastel color) pinwheels quilt for her also! Those are her favorite colors.

    You did a great job!

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    your quilt is very pretty, and I love the pink and green borders

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    I like the borders you choose. Very pretty.

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    I like the pink & green. I would also put a narrow plain white border first or at least in between the pink & green.

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    I love pinwheels

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    It is a perfect choice--I like it. Nice quilt too.

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    I like your idea of the 2" green and 4" pink. Makes me think of cotton candy. Great for a little girl!

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    I vote for the green border and the pink binding. Yummy

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    Hmm, I think the bright pink takes my eye away from those beautiful pinwheels and would put it closer in, otherwise it might overwhelm the quilt.

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    love the quilt

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    I think your borders are perfect! Lucky baby girl!

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    Love it - it looks beautiful. I wouldn't change a thing.

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    Green first, then the pink. That way the pink is softer and doesn't dominate and IMO the fabrics in the pinwheel show up better.

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    [quote=sueisallaboutquilts]Such a pretty quilt- I think the pink would make the quilt pop more than the green, in other words- pink border, then green for the outer one.
    Great job!!!!! :D[/quote


    I agree. Lovely quilt...I've always liked pinwheels.

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    Beautiful quilt and border choices :D:D:D

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    I like it!

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    That is a beautiful quilt and the borders are perfect. What a lucky little girl. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    I like the green then the pink. you did good

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    The green is fine try to add white stripe toit, it will be softer and lighter.And after that not very wide stripe of pink. There can be some small block in the corners from all those fabrics you have used on the top. I am sorry for my English I am not a native speaker. Maybe my advice will help you. I was a teacher of arts for several years.

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    This pattern is one of my favorites. You have done a lovely job on the fabrics. Love the borders. The pink will make the pinks really "pop."

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