Quilt boarders

Add the perfect finishing touch to your quilt with these creative quilt border ideas. Explore unique ways to enhance the design of your quilt and create a stunning masterpiece.
Patchwork, Quilts, Quilt Blocks, Quilting, Quilt Border, Square Quilt, Triangle Quilt, Quilting Designs, Quilting Designs Patterns

Have you ever gotten your quilt blocks all pieced together and then been totally stumped on what to do for the borders? Me too! Haha! I will show you what I came up with and maybe it will inspire some creative ideas in you too!Last week, I was working on my first Dresden Plate quilt (you can see that post here). I did some different kind of block arrangements that are whimsical and maybe a little artsy… So when I got to the border I had to pause (but not for long because this quilt had to be…

Tamoria Carver-Mathis
Crafts, Patchwork, Quilts, Quilt Block Patterns, Quilt Binding, Quilt Border, Quilt To Make, Quilt Square Patterns, Panel Quilt Patterns

When I first started quilting, I really wanted to make a specific quilt for our bed. Except it was a throw size. Unsure of how to proceed, I emailed the designer and asked for her help. She suggested I add borders to the quilt to make it the size I wanted. While that was great advice, I took it a step further by resiz

Sharon Ahner
Crafts, Quilting, Diy, Patchwork, Quilts, Quilt Tips And Tricks, Quilt Size Charts, Quilt Sizes, Simple Quilt Pattern

Have you ever bought a quilt pattern just to realize that the pattern designer’s definition of a throw-size quilt isn’t the same as yours? Luckily, widening the size of your quilt top isn’t as difficult as it may seem. In today’s post, I’ll share three different ways to adjust the size of your quilt top...

Beverly Cantrell
Tutorial: Easy Diamond Border-description of how to do this (similar to the Seminole block) Patchwork, Quilt Blocks, Tops, Punch, Ideas, Quilt Piecing, Panel Quilts, Quilt Boarders, Quilt Border

Have you ever wanted to give a little added punch to your borders? Here is a very easy way to do just that! You can make this any size you want. If you want larger diamonds, just cut the center strip wider. Although this is more time consuming than many methods, you achieve a very pleasing result that looks much more difficult than it really is! This is actually a form of Seminole Patchwork. 1. Cut strips crosswise (from selvage to selvage) in the width you want. I have cut my outer borders…

Margaret Miner