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Thread: Borders on black and white and red

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    I didn't take the advice that so many of you geve me but I was afraid that the half squares on the edge would get out of shape before it was quilted so added borders instead of just binding.
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    love it and love the borders!

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    Beautiful ... I love that red material ...

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    Looks beautiful!!!

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    What a striking quilt! Absolutely beautiful!

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    Good choice! It is going to be a beautiful quilt.

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    I Love the Colors and the pattern.

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    I love that quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewgray
    I love that quilt.
    Thank You everyone.

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    What a striking quilt. I love it!

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    Very nice

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    Very striking. Is that a disappearing nine patch? The red accents really make it pop. Love it.

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    love the borders! good choice

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    Great!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by watson's mom
    Very striking. Is that a disappearing nine patch? The red accents really make it pop. Love it.
    Yes that is a dp9 with sashing inbetween the clocks.

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    Love love love it

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    I'm wondering how you quilt your quilts? I see they are all more like bedspreads, even for a longarm frame it would take a big one (I guess), they are all just beautiful, you really gave that super simple pattern some class.

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    I love how you finished your quilt and it is your quilt to finish the way you want! Beautiful!!!!!

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    Oh so beautiful

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    Perfection!!! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Absolutely gorgeous.

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    This is so beautiful. And yes the border sets it off.

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    Looks great. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathy
    I'm wondering how you quilt your quilts? I see they are all more like bedspreads, even for a longarm frame it would take a big one (I guess), they are all just beautiful, you really gave that super simple pattern some class.
    I use to have them quilted by hand but don't get that many done that way so have them machine quilted. I don't do any of the quilting.

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    That is gorgeous!!!

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