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Thread: How to extend fabric when too short for a one piece boarder. (/splice fabric)

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    Super Member knlsmith's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadQuilter
    I always join my borders straight and press the seams open to limit bulk. If it's a patterned fabric, I try to match the pattern.
    this is what I do to. I have made quilts for other people and no one ever even notices. Easy Peasy!

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    Wow, good ideas thanks!

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    I like joining mine at a 45 degree angle. It isn't as noticeable. IMHO

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    Thanks all.

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