10.25.2009

The mystery with borders.

I was able to get the borders added onto my quilt. It was a little tricky because the green border finished 1/4". I'm thinking it like it!

 I'm now deciding how to quilt it and then thinking that I'll use the same black material for the binding, or if I get really into it maybe I'll do some green piping then the black binding.
What do you think? I'd love to hear some feedback! :)

9 comments:

  1. love that 1/4 of green on the border. It really makes it pop! :) Love the idea of the green piping too. Can't wait to see it completed! Beautiful fabric used SO well...

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  2. I like the borders, looks great!

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  3. I think just the black for the binding. If you put the piping in, it may distract from that way cool 1/4 inch border!
    Love this quilt pattern and fabric!

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  4. Ohhhh, I love that teeny green border in there! Looks great!

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  5. The small green border is terrific. I think I would like to see the green piping and the black binding. It is really stunning.

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  6. I agree with Mary on Lake Pulaski. Adding an additional green piping will take away from the 1/4 inch green, which already makes it purfect! Good job!

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  7. I love the quilt. The thin green border looks great and I love the fabric. As for the green piping before the binding, I have never seen this done so Ihave no idea it will look good. I love how it looks now!!

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  8. You seem to be a professor in everything Moda. I have a question-I made a tree skirt last year with a Moda line and now can't remember the name of it. I have searched Moda website and cant find past lines. Maybe you can help me out. I would love to find some more of it to make matching stockings. I know I should have bought more of it last year but hindsight is 20/20. It was cranberry red and sage green. It had berries and stars. I can get a pic to email you if you need it. I would love if you have any info to help me out, to find some more. Thanks, Kira

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