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    Finished the top and FMQ'ing

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Size:  1.58 MBI am on vacation..YAH...a woman at work is filling in for me so I am making her a wall quilt. The fabric is left over furniture fabric and perfect for using as a wall quilt. I just need to put on the binding. not sure if I should use brown or something with color. I think regular cotton would be easier to than the furniture fabric for the binding. Thanks for looking.

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    Love those subtle leaf prints. Since they're upholstery fabric how about sewing cording to the edge, then machine stitch-in-the-ditch on the front close to the cording using a zipper foot? Either enclosed cording or one of the fancy types sold for trimming pillows.

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    Love that idea...I have never used cording before. Need to see if I can find a video on how to do it.

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    I wish I would have seen this video on cording before I sewed the edge of my wall hanging. Great video! http://video.search.yahoo.com/video/...11a31ab5u&b=31

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    Nice video..

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    What a fabulous wall hanging! Those leaf prints are so nice & you've showcased them to perfection.
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    Wow! I really like what you've done here! It still amazes me to see so many ideas in one place.
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    Great job!!!

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    how did you get your circles so perfectly round? very nicely done

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    Very nice. We do not often see wall hangings or quilts with circles, so it is very refreshing. Wonderful job.

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