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Thread: Am I done??

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    Senior Member Neena's Avatar
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    This is gorgeous! a work of art!

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    That is absolutely beautiful quilt. I love the colors. I sorry but I think it needs the border. A frame around the masterpiece.

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    The colors re outstanding, the pattern reminds me of the storm at sea.

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    I was thinking about this quilt a few days ago, so I was soooooooooo glad to see you posted on the progress! I LOVE (I wish I could make those letters bigger!!) this quilt. I love the colors, the pattern, everything about it. You did an amazing job!

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    It is beautiful leave it.

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    Beautiful !! ;-)

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    Wow!

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    This is so pretty!!!! I love the colors in it and the pattern is amazing!

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    Gorgeous quilt! I bought this as a kit as the Houston show years ago. I think it has just moved up on the list of "must do" projects. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Stunning quilt.

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    I have been seeing your post and the progress of this quilt, it is very nice--I think I need to do one!! I vote for the borders, I think it would give it a nice finish, and I always think bigger is better!! What if she gets a bigger bed??

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    beautiful quilt , i think with or without the borders it will still be beautiful

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    It is gorgeous. I would leave it as is!

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    How about a plain border using you darkest batik. It would frame your quilt. Only drawback would be that you would have to buy some more fabric if you don't have enough, darn. :P

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    I think a solid looking batik border would set off the piecing. Something very simple. :-)

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    Don't know if you're done, I'm sure the border you described would be beautiful but I certainly know how you feel about not wanting to do one more thing on it. I guess the question is this. If you didn't put the border on it will you look back with regret some day?

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    That is absolutely gorgeous. How could anyone possibly make such an intricate pattern without a pattern? You a way out of my league. That's a quilt I would die to have. You did a beautiful job. I would definitely put a border on it to act as a frame.

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    So beautiful,just love the colors.

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    Ok, how about this? A 1" strip of Bali Handpaint in black, a flange in gold, then 3" of the patterend?
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    I envy those people who can make their own patterns just by looking at something, my hats off to you!

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    Pam, I think that border will look very nice.

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    It looks great with or without a border. If it's large enough I would call a day.You did a beautiful job, I love the movement in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mytwopals
    Pam, I think that border will look very nice.
    I agree!

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    Gorgeous quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delilah
    Don't know if you're done, I'm sure the border you described would be beautiful but I certainly know how you feel about not wanting to do one more thing on it. I guess the question is this. If you didn't put the border on it will you look back with regret some day?
    Delilah, you are so sensitive - good question. I think loved ones will wait for the right completion date but I imagine finishing something so complicated is a great relief. What a gorgeous quilt. I agree give it its due!

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