by pennyhal2 15 May 2022

I'm trying to decide on the borders now. It is hard for me to quilt for others. Ususally, I make a quilt and then decide who gets it. Making a quilt just for one person is hard for me.


by noah 19 May 2022

plain boarders please lol

by hightechgrammy 17 May 2022

I agree it is so nice the way it is. If you wanted to add a thin border, it might be nice to use the light green and then bind it in the same color.
I love it!

by 02kar Moderator 15 May 2022

And I also love it as it is now. It is so bright and cheerful it doesn't need a border.

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pennyhal2 by pennyhal2 18 May 2022

Hmmm...I hadn't thought about doing that. A good option that I might use in my next quilt. I think I need to add borders on it to get it to the size I want.

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by toogie edited 15 May 2022

If you don’t need to make it larger I would just bind it as it is. Not all quilts need a border. Look at Avery’s I made here using the same pattern.
However if you need it larger, and only one border I’d go with the darker green print. If you want an inner border what about the white print say 2 1/2 inch then the darker in a 5 1/2 inch ? That would add 7 inches all around so 14 inches wider than it is now and 14 inches longer. Just my opinion but just enjoy making it. Relax, whoever this is for will love it. I do! One reason I didn’t use a border for Avery’s quilt is I wanted it to look old, vintage and back then I don’t remember quilts my Momo made having any borders. (I know Avery’s fabrics are brighter than fabrics of old, but she has canning jars and her mom likes the patchwork.)Whatever you decide will be wonderful. It already is. Just do what makes you satisfied. Love your quilt.

crafter2243 by crafter2243 15 May 2022

I could have not said it any better.

asterixsew by asterixsew 15 May 2022


pennyhal2 by pennyhal2 16 May 2022

Thanks for the advice! I auditioned using light and dark borders and they really finish the top! I'll probably hand quilt it so it'll be a while until it is done.