Thanks Maggie. I must have auditioned 20 border options one night and wasn't really thrilled with any of them. Woke up in the morning with the idea to use up scraps from the quilt. Ahhh... experience is a great teacher.
I'm wondering if picking colors and fabrics will become more intuitive as I go or will it continue to be like pulling teeth?
Southwest of San Antonio
Debbie, love it so bright and cheerful
Debbie, Thank you for taking time to help me , I took a break from it for a while. Still no go. I did download it to windows photo gallery and I can see it there but still can't get it to go anywhere .I didn't see an ok so didn't go to qca. Guess I'll take another pic and try to do it right. I did it for steps 4 & 5 I don't know what happened this time. Thanks again .
Maggie:Finally finished my top today. Its called Popsicles in Summer.
Great name for a cheerful quilt! Good color choices!
On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)
Debbie-do:Calling it, Stay Gold
It turned out very pretty, Debbie! This is similar to what I'm going to do for my border.
Barbara, your new avatar is very pretty, and I'm talking about the lady in addition to the quilt! :-)
Debbie ,I love what you did with the border , good job.Barbara
EAT!! SLEEP !! QUILT!!
Maggie, Ilove it so bright and colorful. Barbara
Nancy you so kind ,thanks Barbara
Debbie-do:Calling it, Stay Gold...
Really pretty, Debbie!
Maggie: Its called Popsicles in Summer.
So pretty, Maggie!
I'm finished. My six inch border is broken into three strips (purple 2 in. finished, background 1 in. finished, purple again 3 inch finished). This was my first mystery quilt and I enjoyed it very much. Thanks to everyone for their input.
Elizabeth, Nancy, Barbara, Denise... thank you for your comments and compliments. It means a lot :)
Very pretty Denise... I like the border!
Pretty quilt Maggie.