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Thread: I got a blue ribbon at the fair!

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    Very lovely! Would you mind telling us where you found the pattern for the border? Is it dimensional?

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    beautifully done. congrats
    Nancy in western NY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jan View Post
    Very lovely! Would you mind telling us where you found the pattern for the border? Is it dimensional?
    Yes, the border is dimensional - made with the Double Diamond ruler

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    Congrats! It's beautiful!
    A Grandma & loving it!

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    Pretty! Congratulations
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    Really really pretty. Congrats on your blue ribbon!
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    But after you cut the border with that ruler, how do you attach it? It doesn't look fused or appliquéd? It's fascinating.
    Ruth

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    Congratulations! I would have given you a blue ribbon too! That border is amazing.

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    I'm glad you won a blue ribbon; it is a beautiful piece. It's nice judges are recognizing foundation piecing since it is really a very old form of quilt making and not something brand new.
    June

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    You did a wonderful job and the judges saw that too.

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