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Tuesday, October 09, 2012

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Lisa McGriff

I pick #6 because I think the dark makes all the middle pop right off the charts!
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Lynda

I like option 2, however I think option 5 would be a better choice.

Dortha

I like number two. It just seems to like right to me.

Linda

I think I'ld go with option 5 it will make the colours really pop.

Angie

I would definitely go with the green. :)

Belinda Jepsen

Option #5 is the one I like. Makes everything look rich in color without reading as a solid. Just my opinion. I think I will get out a jelly roll this weekend and go to town a sewing!

Paule-Marie

I'd go with option 5. Love the colors in that one and it plays well with the colors in the quilt.

Sandhya Karandikar

I would pick black with carrots. Black will look stunning with all those colours you have in the quilt and carrots go with your theme.

Carla G

I like the black with carrots fabric. It is dark so it makes all the bright colors & light colors pop! :)

kathy

I LOVVVVVVVVVVVVVE OPT.2

Francine Warren

okay I can't really decide either- I love the green, esp with teh limes- my fav! I also love teh dark with teh strawberries so one of those two- does that help? LOL

ellen krane

Thegreen one. I love bright

Dee Johnson

I like the lime green - my new neutral:)

Linda Pearl

I'd use option #5 on this one...

LeAnn

I would use Opt. 3, it seemed to bring all the colors of the quilt together.

Kathy Biggs

My vote goes to Opt#5, the carrots on black. It seems to 'pop' the other colors in the quilt more than the other choices. Oh, and thanks for the jelly roll race; that was fun!

Sandy McClellan

I like the number 2 the best for the quilt border,but my favorite is the black strawberries.

Jerry G.

I'm digging the black with carrots. Gives great movement and picks up the colors in the rest of the top.

Jocelyn

I would go with # 3 or # 4. It picks up some of the colors and is also calming for all the different colors in the quilt.

Karen in Me

I would use a thin border or even a "flange" of the green color (OPT 2) and then border the quilt with OPT 5 the black with carrots. Best of both worlds.

Kay Mc

I think option 3 looks the best with it. It was hard to pick between it & 5, but I think I like 3 better.

Louisa in BC

None of these would be wrong! I think I like Option 2 the best, though.

Betty Moubray

I really like option 5 as it picks up all the other colors in the stripes! I love colorful and playful quilts!

H. Lee Goodman

I like option 5. I think it sets off the quilt the best.

landscapelady

I like option 5. Never been a fan of the jelly race quilts but your fabric is so beautiful - I love this quilt!

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