Yay, the borders are on! All two of them plus the flange.
The little yellow flange is only 1/2"....and it packs a punch.
I cut the borders to finish at 8" because I want to quilt "plate" feathers in that space. I'm also doing it to drive myself crazy, because plate feathers take me a fair bit of time to quilt. I quilted them on my Country Sunshine and Heartfire quilts and I love them.
I was contacted at the beginning of the week by a designer who told me she already designed a quilt called Red Sky at Night. I immediately said I would change the name of my quilt. I did a search on the Internet and discovered there are many quilt designs called Red Sky(s) at Night.....but I couldn't find the quilt of the designer who brought it to my attention. Come to find out, she had named her quilt Red Stars at Night.
Yesterday, Mr. Joe said I should name it Country Starburst, which I thought was perfect! After searching the Internet, I found there are a lot of Country Starburst quilt designs. So it is time to have a contest to name this quilt. You have between now and Monday 2/17/20 to give this quilt a name. In the comment section, tell me your thought on the perfect name. Or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with your idea. Mr. Joe, Mazey, and I will select the winner. Your prize will be any Sew'n Wild Oaks pattern of your choice. I will announce the winner of the contest on Tuesday, 2/18/20. Good luck and get those creative juices flowing. My creative juices have all but dried up!