Wednesday, September 12, 2007

I need your help


Here you see the next babyquilt I am making, which willbe for a colleague of mine. I want to make a small border around it of 2 inches at the max, but can't decide which color. I am not going to tell which I like best and it is possible that it will be a totally different one after all. Hope you can give me your opinions please.


Also I just got a call from the owner of the Veltropshop if I wanted to help as a quiltangel this weekend at the big quilt and stitching exhibition in Enkhuizen and off course I said yes. So on saturday from 9.30 am till 1.30 pm you can find me there.

32 comments:

Outi said...

Personally I'd go with the lime green. :)

Kim West said...

too bad you only want two inches... but i would have a hard time picking just one of the colors, they all look great there - if I only had to pick one, I would go with orange.

Michelle said...

I like the green!

Barbara said...

Well, I'd go with the orange, too. :)

Karen en Marc said...

ik zou de groene kiezen...niet echt origineel maar vind het ook het best passend. Is toch niet gemakkelijk zo'n dingen.

dot said...

What would I do? Not that it matters, I would put the green on two sides and the yellow on two sides. Just a thought.

jacq said...

ik ga voor groen

Laurie Ann said...

I'd do a little border of each one. But if you just choose one, I'd choose orange. I realy love all those oclors together! Fantastic!

Isabelle said...

Wow, that's difficult Judith, those colours are so pretty, each time I choose one I'm loath to let the other go. ;) I like the suggestion of alternating green and orange. Or if you don't want to have alternating bands, how about doing some piping in one colour and a border in another. Green and orange are my favourite.

Kathryn in NZ said...

All the colours are lovely - but I'd go with the orange.

inge said...

first choice: green, second one: orange (favorite colour)

Hedgehog said...

I like orange best, but yellow seems most 'neutral'. You can't go wrong with any of them!

Fiona said...

I vote for green!

Svenja said...

I like orange best, but I think alternating orange and green would look good too. :)

Vicky said...

I vote for yellow.

Chookyblue said...

you could put a peep in with a white background and then use all green or green and yellow........

Simone said...

I vote for orange!
We're not much of a help, are we? So many different answers. Have fun with the exhibition!

quiltorstitch said...

That is so cute! I think I’d choose orange, as it’s a bit darker? All of them would look nice!

Yvonne said...

Dat "piping" idee vind ik wel wat!
En anders ga ik ook voor groen!

Jeanne said...

I like the green the best and my second choice would be yellow.

Rose Marie said...

That's tough, but I go with orange!

Becky K in OK said...

I'd go with the orange. It sets of the blocks so perfectly. But, you see, I'm partial to orange!

Clare said...

First vote for orange, second vote for green.

Annelies said...

First choice: lime green
Second choice: orange.
Now I am curious which colour you will choose.

de vliegende koe said...

I love the orange, because it’s so cheerful and bright.... and Dutch!

tkdchick said...

Green!!!!

michael5000 said...

The orange is the boldest of the three colors, and my definite first choice for a frame. The lime green is a distant second.

Great color combination!

Hazel said...

I'd go with orange. It looks fab! xx

Sharon said...

Lovely quilt, I love the orange!

Gail said...

I like the green.

Marie-Thérèse said...

I would divide the 2" into three small borders of all three colours. Yellow on the inside, then orange and the green on the outside. Good luck with choosing

Maria Alejandra Kaminski said...

I would make a narrow orange border, then lime green to complete!