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Thread: What I learned today

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    Super Member virtualbernie's Avatar
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    1. I learned how to properly bind a quilt

    2. I learned what a stop border is

    3. How to make starch

    What did you learn?

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtualbernie
    1. I learned how to properly bind a quilt

    2. I learned what a stop border is

    3. How to make starch

    What did you learn?
    well,, I learned what a stop border was...
    what a D9P/D4P is
    and,,,not to tick anyone off, or be what they think is inconsidereate in chat!( do not put colors to your text,,,as this makes some,, VERY unhappy,) :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsdralshhadeh
    Quote Originally Posted by virtualbernie
    1. I learned how to properly bind a quilt

    2. I learned what a stop border is

    3. How to make starch

    What did you learn?
    well,, I learned what a stop border was...
    what a D9P/D4P is
    and,,,not to tick anyone off, or be what they think is inconsidereate in chat!( do not put colors to your text,,,as this makes some,, VERY unhappy,) :(
    Lesson #4: How do you do a D4P?

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    I learned what a "Block Butler" is from Marsye & what a stop border is(I just call this framing the quilt), didn't know the correct term!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dkabasketlady
    I learned what a "Block Butler" is from Marsye & what a stop border is(I just call this framing the quilt), didn't know the correct term!!
    That's what I always called it--"framing"

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    Does the lesson have to be from this board?

    I learned how to make boxy, zippered, pouches from the quilted crumb blocks I've been constructing, and saving.

    I've been posting my images too big here. After I figure out how to shrink them a bit, I'll post a pic in the pictures forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
    Does the lesson have to be from this board?

    I learned how to make boxy, zippered, pouches from the quilted crumb blocks I've been constructing, and saving.

    I've been posting my images too big here. After I figure out how to shrink them a bit, I'll post a pic in the pictures forum.
    Can't wait to see!

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    here's the tutorial I used as a basis:

    http://modernquiltlove.wordpress.com...ouch-tutorial/

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    Ok, I want to learn too. What is a D4P?? What is a stop border?? And what is a Block Butler?

    Kyia

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    The last two were main topics today. Easy search.

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