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Thread: I finished the Buttery HST quilt...

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    Senior Member sewhappy57's Avatar
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    Love it! The piping is really sharp! Great job! :thumbup:

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    That turned out beautiful - I love the border you put on it. I'm glad you chose the layout you did - it's great!

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    It's gorgeous!!

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    The piping is a definite keeper. It frames the quilt beautifully. You might want to check out Susan Cleveland's site. I think she is the 'queen of piping.
    http://www.piecesbewithyou.com/
    If you go to DIY, Simply Quilts and search for Piping Troubleshooting Tips, you'll find a great show with Susan K. Cleveland about piping and binding.
    Mary Ellen

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    The piping looks great! Love your colors!

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    Really pretty. The piping sets it off- I'd keep it.
    Cheryl

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    Quote Originally Posted by emmy
    The piping is a definite keeper. It frames the quilt beautifully. You might want to check out Susan Cleveland's site. I think she is the 'queen of piping.
    http://www.piecesbewithyou.com/
    If you go to DIY, Simply Quilts and search for Piping Troubleshooting Tips, you'll find a great show with Susan K. Cleveland about piping and binding.
    Mary Ellen
    Thanks for the links Mary Ellen...I'm going to go look those up now. I'm anxious to sandwich and start quilting this one.

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    LIKE the PIPING!!!! Great Work!

    You are braver than me.. I would have thought and thought and well then I would have skipped it!

    BEAUTIFUL!

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    Wow you did a great job...piping is special :D love it

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    I love this quilt. It has a real serenity about it, without being boring. The piping definitely sets it off beautifully.

    Do you need an address for it's new home?! LOL

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