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Sharon shows you how to add a border to an already quilted quilt.


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#21 Alice Coleman 2016-06-30 10:30
Very good idea. This is a good way to hang any kind of fabric wall art also.
#20 Karen L. 2016-06-19 16:07
What a great tutorial as usual! The process is well described and easy to see what is happening on the quilt. Thanks Sharon for that! I could have used this technique in the recent past but am so glad that I now have it to use in the future.
#19 Tomi 2016-06-18 09:22
Are you butting the batting against the quilt sandwich or does it overlap?
#18 Paintinggal 2016-06-17 13:09
Just wondering what can be used if the Serpentine stitch is not on my machine?
#17 Penny M 2016-06-17 09:37
Great information, Sharon. I have had people ask me how to do this and not having done it, could not explain it to them. May have to do a mini-tutorial for the weekly quilting group. Always good to know. Thanks, Sharon!
#16 Mala Ramakrishnan 2016-06-17 00:09
Just in time as I have an enquiry on extension of a quilt which I had made sometime ago.
#15 Teresa Findlay 2016-06-16 17:01
Wonderful idea. So easy and effective.
#14 JanWa98335 2016-06-16 16:46
Wow! You have saved a couple of projects that have laid dormant because I needed to add some inches. Thank you so much!
Jan
#13 Lesley Morris 2016-06-16 03:54
Sharon, you did it again. Great tutorial, and this is something I can really make use of. Thank you, :-)
#12 Gail Brasser 2016-06-15 21:42
I have done something similar when quilting a big quilt I quilt the interior of the quilt so I don't have to have so much to get through the arm of the sewing machine then I add the borders and quilt them.
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