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Join us on a new 12-month journey as we bring you bring you another spectacular quilt designed especially for TQS by Sue Garman. The 2017 TQS BOM Halo Medallion Quilt features a stunning variation of a feathered star surrounded by multiple scrappy borders. As icing on the cake she has included flying geese rings and delectable mountain blocks. Once again Sue has created a quilt for you that is sure to be a family heirloom in your home.

TOPIC: Adding floaters Month 5

Adding floaters Month 5 06 May 2017 12:32 #141075

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Thank you for your prompt reply. I'm really enjoying doing this quilt, even though it's taking me a lot more time than I imagined.
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Adding floaters Month 5 06 May 2017 11:56 #141074

Great question. You add them one at a time, left, right, top, bottom, with the first fabric, then repeat with the second fabric, left, right, top and bottom.

If you wanted to add them as pairs, it would look best to miter the four corners and the measurements in the pattern would be incorrect, you need additional length for the borders to have fabric for the miters.

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Adding floaters Month 5 05 May 2017 14:05 #141026

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If using two fabrics for floaters, do you put them on one at a time. If together, do you mitre the corners to get the colours to line up? Lorna
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