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Thread: My first picture

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    My first picture

    This is a quilt I made in the last couple of days, hopefully I am over my sewing slump.
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    Don't know what border to put on it, any suggestions?

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    love it,nice and bright.maybe a solid black border
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    It looks pretty. I get in sewing and knitting slumps too. I just wait until the slump passes and then I am back on a roll and can't be stopped...until the next slump. lol

    I agree with a dark border. I can't tell if you have black or navy in the quilt but which ever one of those it is that's what I'd do for the border too.
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    So pretty and bright...I love it!

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    nicely done!
    Nancy in western NY

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    I agree, I would go with a black border. Your quilt is lovely and the colors are great.
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    Beautiful. To me it doesn't need a boarder. Bind it with black.
    :-( I wish I was a full time quilter!
    Andrea (Margate, FL)

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    If you need a border, I'd say a green since it appears to be the predominate color. Audition it and the suggested black..happy quilting!!!
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    Great job! Agree with black or dark navy blue.
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