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Thread: quilt as you go 'the border'

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    I knew as soon as Patrice came to life this morning she'd whip that picture into shape for ya. Trust me Joy it's the easiest way to get it done. LOL
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    why are you smilin'? I just told the world you're easy. LOL

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    somebody ate her wheaties this morning. LOL :shock:

    easy? hmmmmmm .... maybe ... only my hairdresser knows for sure.

    but cheap? NEVER!!!

    :wink:

    Here is Joy's beautiful Rail Fence quilt. 2m, 16cm square.
    background is rich cream, flowers dusky pink, two shades, and green leaves
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    beautiful quilt, thanks Patrice for helping get it on here so she can share with us

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    That is truly the pretties split rail fence quilt I have ever seen! I love the colors in it. Good job!!!

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    Lovely! Wonderful! Exquisite! WOW!

    I didn't think I liked the rail fence block. How wrong I was! That is a beautiful quilt. I love your fabric choices. Thanks for sharing.

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    It was especially kind of Patrice to put the quilt on this site for me.... I was having trouble doing it... the colours in the photo are quite different from the colour of the materials which is a shame however you can get the general idea of what it looks like.. I had it professionally quilted and the lady did a really great job.... Many thanks Patrice for helping.. I will be in touch soon...

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    OMGosh, that's beautiful! I've never been interested in doing the rail either, but you've awakened a 'want to' in me. Joy, it's gorgeous!
    Sharon

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    The day after I put on the borders, On simply quilts, one of the ladies said that for the inside border, use a different material from what you have been using... so it isn't the same material next to the same material - I wasn't going to undo it at that stage but next time I will be more observant... notice it on the left hand side and across the bottom of the quilt.... glad that I now know!

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