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Thread: Adding a Border to an Already Quilted Quilt - Lesson 12 - The Quilt Show

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    Thanks so much for sharing. I have a full sized quilt my
    m-i-l made and I have wanted to enlarge it to a king for a long time. This is what I needed to get it done as I didn't have a clue. Glenda

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    wow.... :thumbup:

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    thanks good one :thumbup:

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    Great video...........she explains it so well easy to follow-Thank you for sharing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    Great tip. This is basically how I do my quilt as you quilts but I don't stitch the batting in place but that is an excellent way to do it. People can't seem to ever comprehend what and how I am doing my quilts but this works. I assemble 2 or 3 rows and quilt them. While quilting I'm also piecing and assembling the next "panel" to add as shown in this tutorial. Instead of adding just a border, I'm adding panels and later border out with this technique. It makes quilting a queen sized quilt possible for me. Have to share this tutorial with my friends but bet they still won't fathom how I go from a 2 inch border to a full sized quilt but it works.

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    I really enjoyed this. I have wonder how that could be done. So this will be a help to me. Thank you for sharing. :):):)

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    Thanks for the info!

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    That is so helpful. Thanks What a great idea

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    Wow! Thank you for the wonderful link! I am quilting a very small lap/crib sized quilt and would like to increase it's size as a surprise for my daughter. This is exactly the technique I was looking for

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