you know I love it......dang, those circles are awesome!
nope, don't change the border - i like the black. what are you going to use for binding?
you're the master of the skinny white border :)
I like the black border. Maybe a little more blue for the binding to make it pop, though? or pink... ooh, choices!
binding? love the idea of matching the sashing, I know it was a lot of work to take it apart but I love the sashing!! Great quilt!!
That looks so much better than them all smooshed together. AWESOME!
I love it, but if you don't like the border, you could use the blue like you are thinking and then bind it in black. I do like the black because it makes the black in the blocks pop.
It looks amazing! I am so impressed with those thin white edges!!
If it was my quilt (and hot damn I wish it was) I would change to a blue border and bind in black as Zonnah suggested. It looks good as is though, you really can't lose.BTW...are you still thinking about coming up to my neck of the woods?
I like the black border - it makes everything pop! - I think binding it in blue would look amazing!!1Great job - I think you will have to show us all how you get those amazing white borders just perfect.
It is gorgeous. Honestly, I think I would change the border to blue and bind it in black as others have said. Even without the changes, it is stunning as is. However, I think the blue border would be even more lovely.
OOH! Chen, are you kidding? it looks great! BINDING! what will you pick??? have fun with it!
What a gorgeous quilt!
I love the circles! The blue sashing you've added really helps frame them and make them shine. I think the black border really makes them pop too. But-- it is your quilt, and if you like the blue, you should definitely go for it! :)
We have to be on the same wavelength-- my Rebecca quilt is the exact same layout of 3 x 4 circles. It's the perfect size!
I love it! It's perfect. Don't change anything.
I really like it and thinks it looks fantastic. If you are not sure about the black border, my suggestion would be to cut it down a bit and use it as an inner border, adding another border on to it. Just make sure you do what makes you happy. Sometimes I don't feel like re-doing my work, but then I remember that it is easier to do it now, rather than looking at it as a quilt and seeing all the things I don't like.
Wowza! Those circles RAWK! I'm not worthy! (followed by much bowing and groveling...)
Goodness! Very well done. Congrats!!