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Which Border would you Use?

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Casual, Traditional, Funky, Whimsical
Pat Sloan on craftsy.com

What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Jelly Roll Race

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What materials did you use? Jelly roll of my fabric line "eat your fruits and veggies" from moda

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I have the same issues, I have made 2 jellyroll race tops and now cant decide how to border them. I don't know the batik carrots spoken of but was thinking plain material to frame myself. Good luck choosing

10/10/2012 Flag

perhaps a small first border of the carrots then a wider outer boarder of the purple blue?

10/10/2012 Flag

Thank you! Be sure to comment at my blog to be entered! http://blog.patsloan.com/2012/10/pat-sloan-which-border-would-you-use.html

10/10/2012 Flag

What a great way to get all your fruit and veggies, I'm just not convinced this quilt NEEDS a border tho!

10/10/2012 Flag

Thanks pam! I am doing one with and one without a border to see how it looks...

10/10/2012 Flag

Oh goody... can't wait to see Pat!

10/10/2012 Flag

I have made a Jelly Roll Race quilt and if you make a narrow border I would use option 6 because it makes a really nice finishing frame and makes the colours of the quilt pop. Just my humble opinion!

10/10/2012 Flag

Thanks! Be sure to comment at my blog to be entered! http://blog.patsloan.com/2012/10/pat-sloan-which-border-would-you-use.html

10/10/2012 Flag

either use all the fabs or no border at all. It's beautiful

06/10/2013 Flag