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Thread: Help with border decission

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    I am making this quilt for someone at work who wants it for her daughters graduation. I can't decide how to do the borders. What do you think? Any other suggestions? I have a lot of the white on white and the purple, about 2 yards of the floral. I designed this on my quilt wizzard program.
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    looks great just like that. :P

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    I agree looks great like that....:-)

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    Love it! Do you have a name for your design? It's very interesting!

    Borders look great, too!

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    This one is Mindy's Coice- It is a simple nine patch anda a half square triangle 12 inch block. Had to be quick and easy!!

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    i like it as it is....i'm sure whatever you come up with, it'll be perfect :D

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    I agree with the other's, it looks great the way you have it!

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    How about a seminole pieced using colors of the blocks. Also a pillowcae to match. Present the quilt in the case.

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    Wow that look great go for it sweetie

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    I wouldn't change a thing. Great job.

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    That is lovely!! I thought of using prairie points in the print color. Maybe that would work for you. Thimblelina

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    I love it just as you designed it!!

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    Perfect

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    I think the plain border is perfect. A pieced border might distract from the lovely center.

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    That is very pretty now. I love the design. I doesn't have the look of something quick and easy!

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    I like it just the way it is - in my opinion it doesn't require any alterations at all. BTW beautiful colour choice too. :wink:

    Tisha

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