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Thread: I wanted to share the quilt boarder I made with the Creative Grids Trapezoid

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    Senior Member pinkberrykay's Avatar
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    Smile I wanted to share the quilt boarder I made with the Creative Grids Trapezoid

    This was a supper fun class, and I found the ruler to be user friendly. This baby quilt is for my DH's nephew and his wife for their new arrival.
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    Senior Member pinkberrykay's Avatar
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    BTW, the red looking squares are really a raspberry color. My camera distorted the color.

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    wonderful boarder. look really cool. thx for showing
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    That quilt is sweet!!! Love the borders as well as the colors. Nice work!
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    Adorable, looks like the French braid. I want to make one of those.

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    Your quilt is so sweet and cheery...perfect for a baby quilt. I love the border.

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    I have always done that with a foundation fabric that has the lines printed but it's great to know that it can be done without and still turn out great. I hate always having to buy the foundation fabric. Would be money ahead to purchase the ruler!!
    Michelle

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    That's a happy little quilt.

    I've done the French Braid border on quils. Great way to use up scraps, too.
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    That is so pretty! The border really makes the quilt. How hard was it to make?
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    What a fun and happy quilt.

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