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Thread: #4 quilt finished, would you add another border or not?

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    This one was a nightmare for me, I used the tute from missouri quilt co to do the strip. anyhow I finished it. "I'm kind of anal about UFO's" :oops: . Tell me what you think.
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    Very Nice Quilt!! Did a great job!!

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    Beautiful quilt!! I would add another border in red.

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    Very pretty Katt!! I love how you used the neutral color with the red. It makes the pattern pop out.

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    Beautiful work. I would add another red border or you could just bind it in red.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynnie25
    Beautiful work. I would add another red border or you could just bind it in red.
    I was seriously thinking about this already!!

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    If it is the right size, I would just bind in red. Lovely quilt by the way....very nice fabric and really well put together.

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    It's beautiful. I think binding it in red is a good idea.

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    Wow, love it. I would also just bind in red. You said it was a nightmare for you but the end result is fabulous!! Love your color choices.

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    I like the idea of adding another red border. Really nice quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynnie25
    Beautiful work. I would add another red border or you could just bind it in red.
    Exactly what I would have said. Maybe the patterned red for a border with the solid as the binding.

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    Very nice. I like how you alternated the white and the other color. I would definitely audition a red border.

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    Like the idea of a red binding.

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    Thanks all for all your advice & comments. I don't take them lightly. This is an excellent board for learning & tips I tricks.
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    beautiful! I would bind it in red.Nice job!

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    Very nice quilt. I agree with the addition of a red border.

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    I'd add a narrow white border then bind in red, but anything you do will be wonderful. Great quilt!

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    Lovely, I would add a red border

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaby4v
    Beautiful quilt!! I would add another border in red.
    agree

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    I would add one more red also. A beautiful quilt. Total Valentine quilt even though there isnt a heart insight. I want one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gaby4v
    Beautiful quilt!! I would add another border in red.
    Agree!

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    it is a beautiful, but I think another border would make it even better.

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    I love it! If you want to add another border, I would do red.. but it is lovely just the way it is. :)

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    Yes great choice of colour together, i wouldn't have thought to put these colours together...great stuff

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    Katt, why was it a nightmare????
    It's gorgeous!!! But your furbaby takes first place!! :D lol

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