This is a little panel that I found a while back for Addie. I’ve added one brown border and was going to add a border of half square triangles but then I started thinking . . why do the extra work? It will be just as cute without all the half square triangles so I’m going to add a couple more straight borders and get it quilted. I think I’ll use Minkee on the back.
That’s sweet. I agree: keep the borders simple; there’s enough going on in the centre.
Kat Scribner says
That is an awesome panel, it’s done all the work! It should be fun to quilt up.
kathie L says
I have the same panel in my stash along with some pink and brown polka dot fabric to go with it, think it is going to be very cute.
Love that panel and oooo, Minkee!! So soft!
Judy D in WA says
That is so cute! And Minkee on the back……oh how cuddlie that will be! Lucky little girl. 😉
Diana in RR,TX says
Sometimes plain and simple is better! That panel is adorable. This week nothing to show-will enjoy looking at everyone else’s eye candy!
I agree — some simple borders is all it needs. It’s such a cute panel — Addie is going to love it! And Minkee for the back is perfect — I love that stuff!
The quilt for Addie is adorable. Are you certain, knowing how you love a pieced border, that you don’t want to include the HSTs? Of course I’m not saying it isn’t awesome just as it is. Hope you can stop by my blog today as I’m using a setting from your 60 Pieced Quilt Borders Mix & Match book for my March UFO. Sandi
Angie in SoCal says
Really cute, Judy. I did an owl panel for my great nephew a few months ago. Although I had planned to add pinwheels to it, I ended up just adding a few plain borders. He loved it!
Bev Austin says
Adorable! I love minkee, made a simple scarf from left over minkee, it’s one of my very favorites.