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Thread: border or no border

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    Beautiful! What is the name of the quilt?

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    I like it with the reddish color to be the last border. That is a BEAUTIFUL quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bj
    Beautiful quilt! I don't think it needs borders, unless you just want it to be a little bigger. It looks pretty big already. I love your design and colors. :-D :-D
    I think it makes the center more fantastic
    :thumbup:

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    Love it, and I do think it needs unpieced borders pull it together.

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    Yup, borders it is. Fantastic quilt, by the way.

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    Beautiful. I say add a border.

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    No border. I see your 7700 under the Janome cover. Don't you just love it?

    Stunning quilt. Who does the pattern for that quilt, or is it your own?

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    I like how you have it with all the green fabric in the picture and the red between them. Maybe you can sew a red square between them and use all three green for the border.

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    Wow! I love it!

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    I like the borders I think you should add them.

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    Yes I do have the 7700 and I love it. The pattern came out of the April issue of the American Patchwork & Quilting magazine. The designer is Bev Getschel

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    Very pretty.

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    I vote for border. To me borders provide the framing to display the works of art ... which is our quilts

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    Beautiful quilt. Of the choices, I would say the darker green for a border to frame your masterpiece.

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    Borders!!!!

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    love the borders framing your beautiful quilt! Great Quilt!

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    I think it calls for the extra borders - it will look unfinished and less spectacular if you leave them off. The olive green would look fine as the next one.

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    no borders, it is already framed and big enough, BFF

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    I like picture one.. right side...so I go with no border.. Looks great just like that.in my humble opinion.

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    I like the dark green inner border with the outside red border. Beautiful quilt! :thumbup:

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    Beautiful, I say border!

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    WHAT A GREAT QUILT! i like borders because IF anyone should want to rebind..and many a binding is just cut off .. the person willnot be cutting into the quilt's main design.

    Julie

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    I vote for borders. The dark green at the top and the dark brown. By the way, your quilt is beautiful so far.

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    I think a border

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    border-lovely

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