The top for quiltville frolic mystery quilt is finished as per the pattern. And, I was ready to quilt it. I realized, if I add borders, it would be bigger for a bed.
I didn't plan on going bigger, but, it seems an off - size this way.
It stalls until I make a decision.
When I took to quilting in earnest, borders were my least favorite part of the process. I left many almost finished quilts in the ufo pile to avoid borders. I had to decide how to fix that problem. It wasn't easy, but, I can move right through the problem now, 90% of the time. Mostly, it was a practice problem. The more I did them, the better it was. Lately, I have added borders to some really large quilts, and I am a little tired of that part of the process again. I need a little recreation sewing, so, I made a few blossoms blocks. How do you do borders?
I did a little recreational cutting for clue 4 of the unity mystery quilt from quiltville.
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