Monday, October 1, 2012

V and Co: skip the borders book giveaway

welcome to skip the borders blog hop i am Vanessa and this is my blog. :) 
today i get to talk a little about this book and how julie has made some great patterns sans the borders.
here's the whole line up of people in the blog hop



Full Schedule
Generation Q Magazine - Monday, Sept 10th
Rachel @ ps i quilt - Wednesday, Sept 12th 
Natalie @ Beyond the Reef - Friday, Sept 14th
Pink Chalk - Monday, Sept 17th
Fat Quarter Shop - Wednesday, Sept 19th
Holly @ Bijou Lovely - Friday, Sept 21st
Rita @ Red Pepper Quilts - Monday, Sept 24th
Robert Kaufman @ Swatch and Stitch - Wednesday, Sept 26th
Jessica Levitt - Friday, Sept 28th
Vanessa @ V&Co - Monday, Oct 1st
Martingale - Tuesday, Oct 2nd
Emily @ Carolina Patchworks - Friday, Oct 5th
Katy @ I'm a Ginger Monkey - Monday, Oct 8th
Audrie @ Blue is Bleu - Wednesday, Oct 10th
Angela Walters - Friday, Oct 12th
John @ Quilt Dad - Monday, Oct 15th
Julie @ Jaybird Quilts - Wednesday, Oct 17th



 this one right here is my favorite, it could also be that i like the fact that it has three shades of the same color. whatever the case its my favorite. :) she knows that and i'm just waiting for it to show up at my house. she knows my address so i'm not quite sure what the hold up is. >:)

 another fun one that i love in this book which i am willing to have as well, is this cute bella solid
and last but not least that i want in my house...is this gorgeous lots of white with beautiful stars.
so there you have it the three quilts i'm waiting to show up at my house.
sooooo:
julie has asked me 3 questions to answer:
 All of the quilts in Skip the Borders are... borderless! Do you skip borders on most of your quilts? 
actually, i only have like 3 quilts that i've made that do not have borders. for some reason i usually add borders. BUT i'm actually falling in love with the idea of no borders!

 In the intro to my book I give you Permission to Break the Rules. Do you break some quilting rules? What is the number one rule you break and why?
ha! um...i think i always break rules because i kind of experiment to learn so i do things my way, before i ask any questions. so i guess that's breaking rules. sometimes i like my way of doing things, but when i finally get around to learning how others have done things, i like that too.

It's no secret that I love binding! In Skip the Borders I included an entire chapter on binding. So the million dollar question, is do you use bias or straight of grain most of the time? STRAIGHT!!!! because i feel like i can get more bang for my buck.


okay so now we have the same questions for you:
1. Do you skip borders on most of your quilts? 
2. Do you break some quilting rules?
3. Do you use bias or straight of grain most of the time? 

you can answer one or three:
it gives you one or three chances!
up to you!

if you chose to do more than one chance please answer each question in a separate comment with you contact email at the bottom of each comment.
you have till thursday at noon to enter.

492 comments:

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Jeanne W. said...

Sometimes I skip borders. Just depends on the quilt.

Jeanne W. said...

Yes, I break the "rules." I have no idea what they are so I must break them. =)

Jeanne W. said...

I always do straight grain bindings. Who has the time with 4 kids to do bias?!?! Can't believe I am the first comments.

jessica said...

I often use bias tape straight of the grain, especially when I don't have enough yardage to cut it on the bias.

Fran said...

Most of my quilts have borders because I want them to be larger than the original pattern.

Fran said...

I feel like I break the rules sometimes, but for the most part I follow them. :)

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Fran said...

I mostly use straight but on my last quilt I used bias. I feel like it went on so much more smoothly. I will be trying it again.

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Jennifer said...

I usually use a border - still trying to get brave enough to be more modern.
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Jennifer said...

I don't think I've broken any quilting rules since I don't believe there are any quilting police.

Jennifer said...

I use straight of grain bindings.
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Linda said...

HI! Yes, sometimes I do skip the borders-depends on the design!
Thanks for a great giveaway!

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violet said...

I like borders. They are an easy way to "bulk up" a quilt, and I also like the way they frame the art. But I do think the non-bordered ones have a nice modern feel to them :)

megitys said...

I don't quilt, but I would LOVE to learn! I like this modern looking take on the quilt.

Linda said...

Yes, i 'break' the rules sometimes too,especially in art quilts or wall hangings! Thanks for sharing!

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violet said...

I am self-taught, so I probably break rules I don't even know about! :P

And I forgot to leave my email on the last comment - mcglyndar(at)gmail(dot)com

AuntieCrafty said...

Lately I have been skipping the borders on my quilts. Borders seem almost unnecessary, and the quilt look more modern without them.

Linda said...

Hi! I have used bias tape on bindings,but prefer my own fabric bias.On wall hangings or any item that will not see wear I have used bias tape.

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AuntieCrafty said...

Yes, I admit it, I am a quilt rule breaker. I find it difficult to follow patterns exactly, so I often modify them. auntiecrafty@yahoo.com

AuntieCrafty said...

I am a straight grain binder. Just easier, I guess.

Teresa said...

I have never skipped the borders but I love these quilts so I would love to learn how. Please pick me....

Teresa said...

I am self taught so I don't know alot of the rules - so I am sure that I "bend" some of the rules. Ok.....I don't like to pin..I said it.

Teresa said...

Usually I use Straight of Grain binding - it just seems easier and I am usually working with straight sides - I suppose if I make a circle I will have to try bias binding.

Lynne said...

I use borders. I guess I need some incentive to skip them.
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Sarcastic Quilter said...

Love this book. 1) Yes I usually use borders but becuase I often use the border to tie some of my crazy colors together. I do love the look of no borders, though...

Lynne said...

Since I don't know all the rules I'm sure I break some.
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Lynne said...

I use straight of grain binding always.
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Sarcastic Quilter said...

2) of course I do, rules are made to be broken so long as I'm not hurting anyone. -wink-

Ashley G. said...

I'd say half of ,y quilts have borders, the other half do not

Ashley G. said...

I break quilting/sewing rules- I don't prewash and I sew over pins :)

Ashley G. said...

Most of the time bias- think its easier to work with. Unless the fabric looks cuter straight grain

Sarcastic Quilter said...

3) have to say both b/c I almost never pay attention to the grain when cutting and/or binding. I just try not to stretch fabric either way and let it be. I just plan to cut the most efficient way I can to get the desired result I want.

Ellyn said...

lately I've been skipping borders more and more. I think it lets the quilts speak for themselves. However some quilts cry out for borders I think.

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Ellyn said...

break the rules? I'm like you I guess, I make up my own rules. Then when I learn the real rules I go "huh. makes sense" LOL

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Ellyn said...

and I use mostly straight of grain bindings.... unless there are curves. I love scrappy bindings and polka dot bindings

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Little Ella Lu said...

I've only made jean quilts out of old pants so I've never used a border.

Gill said...

I often skip borders!

Gill said...

Rules are meant to be broken aren't they??

Gill said...

Always straight! life's too short!

CarolT said...

I have skipped the borders on half of my quilts. I am really liking the no border look or at least no wide border look.

Lisa Marie said...

I skip borders on some of my quilts, but I wouldn't say most of them. Just depends what looks appropriate.

CarolT said...

I have never used bias binding. Not sure why I would.



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Lisa Marie said...

I do break some quilting rules I'm sure. For one thing, I seldom pin when I'm piecing.

Lisa Marie said...

I use straight grain binding. I'm not a fan of cutting on the bias because of the stretching and also because then you end up with the odd shaped leftover pieces of fabric.

Nati said...

I sometimes do skip borders, specially if I am quilting for charity and I want to be quick quick quick!

Nati said...

I generally break more than one rule per quilt. I like skipping steps though I always always regret it

Nati said...

straight grain most of the time! I always take the shortest route :)

B Greene said...

I usually add a border, but my next quilt is borderless!

Heidi said...

I'm too new at quilting to break any rules.

B Greene said...

I don't pre-wash (more of a choice than a rule, I guess), but I also rarely use pins - hate them!

Heidi said...

I didn't even know you could quilt without a border. But I love the idea and may try it.

B Greene said...

Straight grain binding!! Every time (so far)

Larry said...

I have always put a boarder on my quilts, but I really want to do a picnic and a beach quilt without boarders. I just can't seem to find the time right now. -Nancy. Blackie_85(at)hotmail(dot)com

Meredith said...

Sometimes I skip the borders, sometimes I don't. I just depends on what I am doing!

Meredith said...

I am usually a rule follower....how boring is that?!

Meredith said...

I am usually a rule follower....how boring is that?!

hueisei said...

I don't skip the borders.

Meredith said...

I am a straight binding kind of girl!

hueisei said...

I break the rules. I don't pre wash my fabric.

hueisei said...

I use straight grain binding most of the time.

Larry said...

I don't know the "rules" of quilting, I just kind of go with it, so I am sure I break rules all the time. -Nancy. Blackie_85(at)hotmail(dot)com

Bea García said...

I always use borders on my quilts...

Bea García said...

I never break rules :( I plan to do so soon lol

Bea García said...

I mostly use straigh grain for binding.

Larry said...

I alway do a straight grain binding. It just makes more sense to me. -Nancy. Blackie_85(at)hotmail(dot)com

MugglePuggle said...

I've only made three quilts since I started quilting in July. I have added borders to all of them! The reason that I have chosen to do so is to make them bigger. I do really like the idea of not having borders, though :)

MugglePuggle said...

As far as breaking the rules, I don't prewash, and I don't always press my seams the way that is suggested.

MugglePuggle said...

I prefer straight of grain, I guess. I haven't ever done bias binding, though, so I can't really say! :)

Melody said...

I have only made one quilt so far, and it had a border.

Melody said...

I guess I must break quilting rules, since I don't know what they are... :)

Mary W. said...

I haven't made many quilts yet, but the ones that I have do have borders! I'd love to try some of Julie's great designs without borders!

Melody said...

I use straight of grain.

Mary W. said...

Once I learn more rules I'll know which ones I want to break! Sometimes I don't prewash my fabrics...

Sarina said...

I usually put borders on my quilts.

Sarina said...

I'm not sure I know the "rules." I read so many conflicting rules, it's hard to say which is right!? You know! bellaroolambert at gmail dot com

Joan and Kevin said...

I use straight edge binding, have made quilt with no borders. I never wash my fabric. Thanks for the giveaway!

Sarina said...

I usually do bias bindings. I love stripes on the diagonal! But I attach the whole binding by machine (I attach to the back 1st, then turn it to the front.) Sometimes I'll even put a decorative stitch on the front side of the binding to stitch it down. bellaroolambert at gmail dot com

paulapatchwork said...

No, i do tend and love to sew borders, so winning the book would stretch me out of my comfort zone. Tks fr the chance! x

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missavene said...

I've never skipped the boarder... but I'm willing to start ;)
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paulapatchwork said...

I'm here to brake quilting rules! LOL

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missavene said...

I use straight grain cuts

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paulapatchwork said...

Love straight grain binding, like you.
Thanks fr the wonderful chance!

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Erin M. said...

Lately, I've been skipping borders but depending on good binding fabric to add some zing to the edges. Thanks for the giveaway.

Erin M. said...

I do feel like I break the rules. I just like to do what I want not so much doing the process that everyone expects. Thanks for the giveaway.

Erin M. said...

Straight, and I can't tell you how happy I have been to see that almost all the bloggers who have answered this question on Julie's tour have also answered straight. Here I worried that I was making inferior products than everyone else. Sounds like others are more budget minded like me.

BizyStitches said...

1. No pretty much use borders. I guess it probably is just the way I taught myself or just a habit I guess you could say.

Gina S. said...

Skip boarders every chance i get.

BizyStitches said...

2. Since I'm pretty much self taught, I'm not aware of any quilting rules. LOL. If it feels right I do it. And most of the time I get the same results as what I wanted. Thanks

Gina S. said...

There's rules?

BizyStitches said...

3. I've only used bias binding one time on a practice table mat. I prefer straight of grain.

Gina S. said...

Straight, it's faster!

Carrie P. said...

sometimes I skip the borders, just depends on what the quilt say to me. :)

Carrie P. said...

I am sure I have broke some quilting rules but can't think of any right off hand.

Carrie P. said...

straight of grain

Lisa E said...

Most of my quilts have borders on them. It would be interesting to see how Julie designs her quilts without borders though.

Lisa E said...

I have to say that I mostly adhere to the "quilting rules". However, I have been known to cheat every once in a while. For instance, sometimes I combine straight of grain and bias binding in one piece. Whatever is easiest for me!

Lisa E said...

Most of the time I use bias binding. I prefer it over straight grain binding. I like the look of striped bias binding too.

Kim-the-girl said...

I've only made a handful of quilts and they've each had a border of sorts... my favorite quilt that I've made only had pseudo borders at the top and bottom, just to get it to the size I wanted. I do love these borderless patterns, though!

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Kim-the-girl said...

I'm certain I break quilting rules... I probably am unaware of most of the rules I break. HA! I think there are rules that people follow that other people are the anti-rule... like pressing seams open or to one side, etc. I'm happy in my ignorance. :)

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Kim-the-girl said...

Of the 6 quilts I've made I've wrapped the backing fabric around as the binding on 3 of them, had someone else bind 2 of them, and did satin blanket binding on the other... is that straight or bias? I have no idea... I like the idea of doing a binding now that I'm getting more confident in my abilities!

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Brooke Crook said...

I do occasionally skip borders but normally I like including them to finish off the look of my quilt.

Brooke Crook said...

I always break rules! :)
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Britta said...

I skip borders now - my first two I didn't, but all subsequent ones I have.

All8 said...

1-I usually have boarders. But then most of my "quilts" are just flimsies at this point. (Hm, I need to get on that.)

All8 said...

I don't know what the rules are, which is obvious at this point in my creative quilt top making ventures.

All8 said...

Um, I'd have to finally finish and bind a quilt to know if I prefer straight or bias binding. (lol)

Carolyn J. said...

"break the rules" - probably I usually just make stuff up as I go :)

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Carolyn J. said...

borders? sometimes yes, sometimes no depends on design, size, etc.

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Carolyn J. said...

binding? usually straight grain to save fabric

Jennifer said...

I've only made two quilt tops....one has borders and one doesn't. Guess I'm 50/50 right now!

Jennifer said...

I never follow the rules. I like to strike out on my own! :-)

Sandy D said...

I have done a couple of quilts skipping the borders.I do love the look with no borders.

Sandy D said...

I would say I am more apt to follow the rules but have been known to break them like not washing my fabrics.

Sandy D said...

I have never did a quilt with a bias binding only a couple of runners.I make my binding from the straight of grain.

Lis said...

Yes I skip the borders on my quilts most of the time!
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Lis said...

I try not to break the rules... but last night I realized I had sewn the binding on my quilt on the back of the quilt, so on this one the front is hand stitched. I really liked the way it turned out!
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Lis said...

I have used straight grain with every quilt I have done so far.
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Caryn said...

So far all my quilts have been borderless!

Caryn said...

I'm still learning and break the rules all the time. I actually have a quilt on my to do list that I plan on sewing "the right way", if there is such a thing.

Caryn said...

So far, stagings grain. I do want to learn how to do a bias binding though.

cakegirl said...

I usually use borders? sometimes I need a little extra width or length. Thanks for a great giveaway.

cakegirl said...

I try not to break the rules, but sometimes I think I know more than the experienced Quilter's.

cakegirl said...

I use straight of grain .

Michelle Jensen said...

Well, this should be fun! First, I do skip the borders sometimes. I have done a few quilts and they didn't really need borders and they turned out really cute. I am doing one right now and the question of borders or no borders is still up in the air :)

Rachel Booth said...

I definitely skip borders! :)

Rachel Booth said...

I'm a rule breaker, heart breaker.... haha! :) Sometimes, it makes more sense to do it a little differently. Totally okay in my book.

Jenny said...

Yes, I skip borders, almost always!

Michelle Jensen said...

Second, I do break the rules because I don't know all the rules and then I find them out and I think okay do I really need to follow the rules or is my way a good way? So it really is a mix of that and I think the rules are really laxed now-a-days anyway :)

Rachel Booth said...

I use both straight grain and on the bias, just depends.

Jenny said...

Yes, I break a lot of rules. Sew over pins, etc. Oh, my, do I break rules.

Jenny said...

I use bias binding exclusively. One rule I don't break!

Michelle Jensen said...

I don't cut on the bias either. I love that people are answering this question because we have talked about it in our guild and most of them don't either so I think that rule obviously needs to be re-written.

Jenny said...

Almost always skip the borders -- thanks!

Jennifer said...

I'm a newbie, so I've only cut one binding and it was straight grain. I didn't know any better at the time!

Mary Beth said...

I'm only on my second quilt. First one had no borders, the second one will. The third is in planning stages and won't!

Mary Beth said...

I probably break some rules, since I'm still learning them.

Mary Beth said...

I've only used straight grain so far. Bias seems unnecessarily complicated.

Kathleen said...

I have never made a quilt without borders but I am going to give it a try...

Kathleen said...

I probably have broken some quilting rules.....

Anonymous said...

I don't actually know all the rules so I probably break them all. I am learning yet but do enjoy it. darcycbeck (at) yahoo.com

Kathleen said...

I only use straight grain..

Anonymous said...

Since I am learning I just make basic straight line quilts with no borders. I do like the look as well. darcycbeck (at) yahoo.com

Judith said...

I'll use a border if the quilt needs it--say, to balance out the sashing. Otherwise, I prefer the borderless look.

Judith said...

Rules are made to be broken!

Anonymous said...

I have always bought bias tape at the store and I've seen so many tutorials to make it myself but didn't know that I could cut it straight until recently. Seems like the way to go but I still like all the rounded corners so I might still be biased. darcycbeck (at) yahoo.com

Judith said...

I mostly use straight grain binding, but if the border is curvy, I'll use bias binding.

Nichole said...

I always use straight grain binding as well. Saves time and fabric!

Jodi - usairdoll said...

Julie's quilts are so gorgeous! I have a few quilts that have borders and several tops that I have not decided on. So much inspiration in the book and I'm loving the borderless look.

Thank you for a super giveaway and the chance to win.

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Jodi - usairdoll said...

I think it's an old rule but I don't prewash alot of my fabric. I was prewashing and someone pointed out to me that when I sew with kits, that fabric is not washed. Yeah, huh? So, depending on what I'm making, for the most part, no prewashing.

Thank you for a great giveaway and all the chances to win.

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Jodi - usairdoll said...

I started out using bias binding as that is the way I learned in the beginning. Not sure when but I started using straight of grain. I think it as Julie that I heard it from, that bias binding is stronger since the fibers have more stretch, which makes sense. So now depending on who the quilt is for is how I decide which binding method I use.

Thanks again for an awesome giveaway and all the chances to win a super book.

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Shannon said...

Sometimes I skip the borders. Actually, I'd prefer it that way. ;) I don't really break too many quilting rules, though I'm not sure of all of the rules of quilting since I am a novice, and I use straight grain.

rutigt said...

I kind of like borders, guess that answers the question!
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rutigt said...

Mostly I follow the rules, I´m not so good at sewing and don´t take chances :)
Gun, Sweden
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rutigt said...

I always do straight grain binding. It´s what I first learn to do and I feel pretty comfortable with it :)
Gun, Sweden
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jmniffer said...

I follow most rules, except for prewashing and not sewing over pins.

I generally have borders but would love to try a quilt without them.

I do straight of grain binding.

Thanks for the chance to win a great looking book.

Maria Wallin said...

I sometimes skip borders, it really depends on the quilt =)

The Amateur Quilter (Mike Pearson) said...

1. Do you skip borders on most of your quilts? I skip the border very rarely. I like my quilts to have a "frame." Also, they are great for making the quilt bigger!

Maria Wallin said...

I break lot's of rules, I never pin, I nearly always iron instead of pressing and I never think twice before I cut, I'm happy if I stop to think at all *lol*

Maria Wallin said...

I use straight grain for all straight edges, bias for curved.

Thanks for the chance to win!

The Amateur Quilter (Mike Pearson) said...

2. Do you break some quilting rules? I rarely pin anymore. I snip my thread ends on the top of the quilt. I don't bury them.

The Amateur Quilter (Mike Pearson) said...

3. Do you use bias or straight of grain most of the time? Don't have time for bias :)

Gwen said...

1. Do you skip borders on most of your quilts?
Actually, no, but now that I have seen all these beautiful borderless quilts--I will definitely think twice before just automatically sticking a border on! :-)

Gwen said...

2. Do you break some quilting rules?
I break LOTS of quilting rules! :-) I don't usually prewash. I have used sheets for backing.. I have used an old blanket for batting.. I'm a rebel, for sure! ;-) Thank you for the chance to win!!

Gwen said...

3. Do you use bias or straight of grain most of the time?
I almost always use straight of grain.. unless the fabric would be prettier cut on the bias-- as in a striped fabric.. :-)

pkrueger said...

I don't ususally skip the borders. But these are really cute quilts!

pkrueger said...

Do I break quilting rules? Yes, I don't always pin.

pkrueger said...

I always use straight binding. Bias takes more fabric.

sue said...

The only time I do bias is if I want a certain look created by cutting on bias or for curves. Staight of grain is the best for most uses!

allierae said...

I usually add a border but I do want to try to skip the next one. I love that pink/red quilt too!

allierae said...

I don't know all the rules so I probably break a lot of them. Oops!

allierae said...

I use strait grain because I too am thrifty :)

Karen H said...

I do skip the borders most of the time.

Karen H said...

Straight grain.... always! :)

Karen H said...

The rules are "there ain't no rules". What movie is that from??

Lisas Mom said...

Do I skip the borders? I add borders more often than not, but this book has me thinking its ok. :)

Jennie P. said...

I am a border skipper!!

Jennie P. said...

I heard a rule that you aren't supposed to cross lines, so I guess I break that one.

Lisas Mom said...

Do I break the rules? All the time..I'm very passive aggressive that way. :)

Jennie P. said...

I use both, though I read bias is more sturdy, so I think I'll go that route from now on.

Lisas Mom said...

I use straight of grain all the time, but if I ever attempt a scallop border I will take the time to cut on the bias. :)

Karen said...

I usually add borders, I don't break the rules, and I use straight grain binding. Thanks so much.

Lori said...

I usually skip the borders.

Lori said...

I always follow my quilting rules!! ;)

Lori said...

I use straight of grain binding. I hate to waste fabric.

jan said...

I sometimes skip the borders.
Thanks for the chance to win this fun book.


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jan said...

I prefer bias for my binding.


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jan said...

I prefer bias for my binding.


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jan said...

I always break the rules. Counted cross stitch used to be so hard for me because I even changed all the colors recommened...I struggle with rules.

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Lisa Lisa said...

Yes, I break quilting rules....not always on purpose, though ;-)

Lisa Lisa said...

I skip the border on most of my quilts.

Lisa Lisa said...

I prefer to use straight of grain binding. I've only tried bias once....kind of a pain.

lynaeve said...

I've only started making one quilt, and I didn't get as far as the borders yet lol.

lynaeve said...

I mostly use straight grain

lynaeve said...

I think on this quilt I probably skipped over all the rules. I just kinda started throwing it together.

Donna S. said...

Usually straight bias

Linda said...

Since I've "gone modern," in the past two years, I've switched to no borders... unless I need more negative space for floating the design and in which to do more quilting.

Linda said...

I don't often break quilting rules, but that's because I've been quilting for so long - 30 years! - that it's difficult to change. But I'm trying!

Linda said...

I use straight of grain most of the time. But I'm comfortable sewing on the bias to make half-square triangles, stems for applique, and binding when I want stripes to show in a barber pole design. Thanks for raising these interesting questions! I bet you get a great variety of responses.

Mrsblocko said...

bias schmias!

Amy DeCesare said...

I don't usually skip the borders, but now I'm considering that as a cute option!

Amy DeCesare said...

I am very obedient, and I never knowingly break the rules.

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