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Thread: 3 Rail Quilt Top

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    Senior Member dd55's Avatar
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    After my first quilt, a king log cabin, I decided to do something a little smaller. I choose the 3 rail. I pieced it together in a couple of days after cutting all the pieces. The pattern did not have a border, but I think I will add a small inner border and a wider outer border. How should I quilt my 3 rail? I have a HV mega quilter. Thanks in advance for your advise.

    3 Rail Quilt Top
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    super cute. i love your feature fabric. i can't offer suggestions onthe quilting part as i'm just a little to inexperienced on that part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd55
    After my first quilt, a king log cabin, I decided to do something a little smaller. I choose the 3 rail. I pieced it together in a couple of days after cutting all the pieces. The pattern did not have a border, but I think I will add a small inner border and a wider outer border. How should I quilt my 3 rail? I have a HV mega quilter. Thanks in advance for your advise.
    I really like your top. I too have a HV Mega Quilter. I have only had it since April and am still in the meandering and loop-de-loop mode. I did not get the computer with it. I don't like heavily quilted quilts and mostly do charity quilts so meandering works well for these. I don't picture myself as EVER getting fancy with it.

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    pretty. the colors really pop. sorry, no suggestions on the quilting

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    Lovely!

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    Veru pretty

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    Gorgeous, great colors

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    Love your color selection. Very pretty quilt. I agree about the borders.

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    Beautiful

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    Very niuce and I agree with you about the borders to pull it all together.

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