The blocks are together. To make the quilt large enough I need to make another set of blocks around all sides or add a border. Here are some borders I've been considering.
A scrap of this border made a star center in the middle of one of the O-blocks
and reminded me to look for this fabric in my stash. It influenced the direction of my fabric choices but the border is a bit narrow for such a large quilt. And there is not enough to complete the border. So I either need to find some fabrics to enlarge (and lengthen) it or save it for a lap quilt.
|Sawtooth border fabric|
I bought this Henry Glass fabric recently because it looked like a perfect binding or narrow border. The colors actually blend with the sawtooth border fabric.
|Repeat stripe border fabric|
This is a border I drafted using six-pointed stars. It's not pieced yet so the stars are still too large. If I use it the stars will be multicolored. The innermost fabric is an old Nancy Crow ombre stripe followed by a sweet pink random dot print. I love the black & white stripe but are there too many dots?
|Pieced star border|
On graph paper the space between the stars is the same length as the star width. But what if the stars lined up with the X-block centers?
|Pieced star border aligned with X-blocks|
Fret not; enjoy the day. Ann
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