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Thread: Wedding Bargellow ready for Border

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    Super Member rusty quilter's Avatar
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    I am thinking a plain border so as not to "fight" the pattern?
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    You should pick one of the darker colors and use that as the first framing border. I would have at least two border fabrics for your quilt.

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    It looks wonderful. I just love how bargellos turn out.

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    It is very beautiful and your colors are perfect.

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    WOW!!! :shock: The Bargellow are awesome!! :shock:

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    fabulous. Lucky couple. Yes, I agree - a darker color

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    This is a spectacular wedding quilt.
    Plain borders sound good.

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    It is beautiful and I love it!

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    Wow... You really got that together quickly. it looks fantastic and the colors blend well together.

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    I'm with you. A plain border(or borders) would look best. Your bargello is so beautiful that it should be center stage and not compete with a pieced border.

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