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PSST!!! Have you entered yet?
You could win Double Wedding Ring Shapes from Inklingo!

WELCOME!! The Double Wedding Ring Give-away is here.
Enter by leaving a comment there by tonight at midnight (ET),
and then come on back to see our NYB border designs, okay?

There is so much you can do with the new New York Beauty blocks!

Here are a few border designs that I would love to use.

 

This zigzag version of NYB02 would make a great frame for Inklingo appliqué or some fancy quilting, don’t you think? Maybe something soft and curvy?

 

I think border designs are fascinating.

 

Monkey thinks I am obsessed.

 

Yes, I do love the zigzag effect—and the best thing is that whatever I design, I know I can sew it with the cutting and stitching lines printed on the fabric with Inklingo!

 

I am intrigued by the winding brown path, and would like to emphasize it even more.

NEXT?

  • several more NYB designs (not borders)
  • a project file for NYB 02 for Electric Quilt, so you can design your own variations
  • TOMORROW – NYB 02 sale ends
  • TOMORROW – TWO WINNERS of Double Wedding Ring
  • TOMORROW – Mother’s Day!

In the meantime, if you haven’t already, you might want to check out how to sew NYB designs by machine, or our 50 Double Wedding Ring Quilt Designs.

Stay tuned, okay? (Or subscribe, right sidebar).

We both wish you good luck in the draw!

Linda & Monkey

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11 Responses to “Playing with New York Beauty Quilt Borders”

  1. Mary Ellen Zeitz says:

    What a nifty way to border a quilt top! In the beginning stages it’s very portable. Thanks for making something that looks complicated relatively simple to do.

  2. Anneke says:

    Stunning! Thank you for showing us all those different corner options with the same block!

  3. Carol J says:

    WOW – I love these! I am hoping to play some this weekend, if I can get the rest of life to back off for a bit lol. Enjoy the weekend!

  4. Cathie in Ut says:

    I am always in awe when people do just as much thought and piecing in the border as in the body of the quilt.
    Thanks again for some great inspiration

  5. Shari says:

    I like the third one the best.

  6. Jeannette says:

    I would never have thought of using NYBs as borders.Really stunning.

  7. The NYB blocks really do justice to borders, my pet peeve is a wide plain border with no life to it… Its almost like people just run out of time or ideas to make the border as nice as the rest of the quilt top…

  8. I just LOVE your designs, Linda!!!!

    Absolutely jaw-dropping!

    And Patti wrote about plain borders. I had never thought of that perspective and will certainly strive to do no more “plain borders”…. Tks Patti, too, for your thoughts on this. *grin*

    HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!!!!

    Rosa Robichaud
    Saint John, New Brunswick
    Canada
    *waiting for Monkey to pick a winner on the DWR!!!*

  9. wanda spain says:

    Love the NYB in boarders, I would love to have it in eq7, I hADNT FOUND YOUR SITE SO I missed the other eq7 downloads. jUST MY LUCK BUT THANKS FOR EVERYTHING YOU HAVE GIVEN US AS . tHANKS FOR THE CHANCE TO WIN

  10. Linda says:

    Hi Wanda, There are several project files for Electric Quilt on the blog. It is not too late to get them. You can search the blog or look in the “Topics” in the right sidebar. Enjoy!

  11. Lydia Stevenson says:

    I’m new to visiting your website/blog. I’ve really enjoyed the patterns you’ve created. Thank you.

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