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Thread: Sashings fixed...a big Thank you...

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    Senior Member Antdebby1's Avatar
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    Talking Sashings fixed...a big Thank you...

    Thank you all for helping me with the sashings on my quilt top. The sashings are done...not perfect, but I am very happy with the results! Now to decide if it needs a border...
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    Your quilt top is beautiful! It is never fun having to rip and re-do but the end result if wonderful!

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    Oh you did it!! it's beautiful. a pain, i know, but beautiful. good work!!

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    Great job on the reverse stitching and restitching it was well worth it, your top is beautiful. Yes a border would be nice.
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    it's beautiful! imo, no border needed
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    Beautiful!!! May I ask what pattern this is?

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    It turn out beautiful, I do not think it need a boarder.

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    I agree with some of the others, to my eye no boarder is needed it is beautiful!!

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    Gorgeous! Depends on you, looks great now, but the right border would also look great.

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    Beautiful quilt. I don't think borders are needed, either.

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    That's really PRETTY!
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    What a gratifying finish - andno, no border needed.

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    i'm so glad to see that you persevered. i vote no on a border...it would detract from the pattern.
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    wow, it turned out amazing, such a beautiful warm colours.
    It's not feeling good when you have to do a lot of extra work, but when it turns out so beautiful at the end it's all worth while!!!!!
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    Beautiful - love the colors.

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    Very pretty quilt!!!!!

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    Beautiful scrappy quilt.
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    though not necessary, I think the right border would pull your eyes toward the center which is really pretty.
    Laurie in NYC

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    Beautiful quilt! It looks perfect without a border to me.

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    IMHO no border. I think a border would make it look like you were trying to make it bigger without going through the trouble of making more blocks. It's beautiful as is

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    Love the quilt and the colors. Great job! Don't see the need for borders, looks great as it.

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    Beautifully done!
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