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Thursday, June 30, 2016

Gypsy Four patch Quilt Borders

Gypsy quilt top

Gypsy quilt top

Gypsy quilt top

Gypsy quilt top

These days I am still adding borders to enlarge my Gypsy Four Patch quilt top to fit my  bed.
Unfortunately I had no fabric enough to cut stripes properly : following the prints of the fabrics. 
Well... let's say it is boheme style! 

You can see this quilt top before borders were added here.

14 comments:

  1. I love the border just the way it is, it adds interest! I think the notion of perfections is so overrated. LOL

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  2. Seriously I didn't notice that! Just don't mention it...:o)) LOVE your quilt! Your fabrics are wonderful and really shine in this quilt!

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  3. It's perfect! I prefer the slight irregularity of the border. It makes the quilt more lively. It's a beautiful quilt. I'm looking forward to seeing it all quilted someday.

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  4. It looks great, Christine! :-)
    xx

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  5. I like it, it has lovely flair!

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  6. Que les couleurs sont douces, joyeuses et harmonieuses...Et ta bordure est parfaite : en plein dans l'esprit " liberated medallion" de Gwen Marston (un de mes travaux du moment....)
    Ton ouvrage est plein de poésie et d'originalité !

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  7. Looks lovely with the borders and you suggestion that it in the boheme style is brilliant!

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  8. It is lovely! To me, the bohemian borders add a quirky, make-do appeal!

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  9. Looks great. If you hadn't mentioned it, I wouldn't have noticed. Patchwork is anyway all sorts of pieces.

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  10. C'est très bohème mais c'est une réussite !
    Bravo Christine j'aime beaucoup !

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  11. I love bohemian style! And this is fabulous, Christine.
    Amalia
    xo

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  12. Un très joli quilt Christine.bravo!

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  14. J'aime énormément ces couleurs.

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