Without a Doubt

Friday, May 20, 2011

Version B is the winner!

After no time at all, I could see the majority of you liked Version B so yesterday I decided to go for it (sorry, Version A people).  So I got this baby all put together and now I'm just wondering...borders or no borders?  I'm not sure what I am going to do with this quilt.  As is, it might be a good size for a baby play mat (about 42" square before quilting).  But I don't know anyone having a baby anytime soon.  Anyone?  Anyone?  Or, maybe I could sell it (if anyone is interested in just the top let me know)?  Or, I could throw on some borders to make it...Hmmm, I don't know...What do you do with a square quilt??? 

Anyways, thank you all for your feed back.  That was nice to get another 111 people's opinions!  As a little thank you, I have picked a winner for a set of my 3 new patterns.  So without further adieu, the winner is...#21: Mimi!!!

Mimi, please send me your mailing address and I'll get those right off to you!
You can reach me at: adctd2qultng@gmail.com.

Have a wonderful weekend!
~ Amber


  1. Good choice. Have a nice week-end.

  2. Yes love it, oh know someone that is having another baby my dear daughter in November on the 11/11/11, big grin.

    Have a great weekend

  3. Yes for a picnic is a good idea and I would make a border around it.
    Have a great weekend.

  4. I would put a plain coloured border around it! How about a quilt to snuggle up with on the sofa?

  5. No border I think. It's quite a busy quilt already so I would just do a simple dark binding. Pick quilt sounds good :)

  6. No border and it's a beautiful wall hanging!

  7. I like the idea of a border. You could make the quilt a rectangle by adding extra blocks in the corners-do you get what I mean? I have the same predicament- too many quilts with no homes- I am going to set up a shop and see what happens.
    Good luck.

  8. I vote for B...and I chose that one even before you said it was less work.

  9. I think a light border with a dark binding would look fantastic. It will give you a very nice lap quilt or maybe you could tuck it into your 72 hour kit!

  10. I just knew it. Version B won. Congrats to the winner of your patterns too although I am jealous. Would have loved to have any of them.

  11. I didn't see the original post before, but I do like version B best! Just gorgeous!

  12. Add a border to make it a picnic/read outside on the grass quilt or something. A great way to spend some time reading to the kids under a shade tree this summer... especially with a dark (grass stain proof) backing.


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