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Thread: IRR Group 1; Round 4 borders

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    Super Member Ducky's Avatar
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    I am still working on Blue's border, but thought I'd open this thread for anyone in the group to post their progress or finished work.

    Hope everyone is doing well. Let me know if you need anything or have any problems.

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    Okay, so this is just a little peek at Blue's Border. I'm far from done, and will have lots of clipping to do. There are so many colors in the center and other borders and it's pretty busy. I think the black border would be good as sort of a framing effect. I had planned on using a deeper purple for the paw prints, but they didn't show up very well.
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    Nix that. I've changed my mind. :mrgreen:

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    :lol: :lol: I do that about a dozen times before I settle on something.

    You might want to remind everyone that this is the next to last round....remember that someone has to be able to FINISH it out next time...try to leave them something to do :-D

    I really struggled last year with one of the quilts that I was doing ...the person on the next to last round added such a fantastic and strong border that I couldn't add anything stronger to close it out...I was never happy with the end result. Just a thought to keep in mind...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    :lol: :lol: I do that about a dozen times before I settle on something.

    You might want to remind everyone that this is the next to last round....remember that someone has to be able to FINISH it out next time...try to leave them something to do :-D

    I really struggled last year with one of the quilts that I was doing ...the person on the next to last round added such a fantastic and strong border that I couldn't add anything stronger to close it out...I was never happy with the end result. Just a thought to keep in mind...
    Yeah, ladies.......what she said. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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    LMAO

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    Hey, Terri, are you getting settled? I don't envy you....but, then again, it's fun to organize a new place.

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    good luck terri

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    Just wondering how everyone is doing on their borders. Mailing date is June 15. I can't believe this IRR has gone by so quickly.

    I'm still working on Blue's...... Every night after work I go home and piece ears. :mrgreen:

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    Oh Ducky...that actually sounds painful!

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