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Thread: Ralphie Jr's Gettin' Downy Wit' His Bad Self

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    Community Manager PatriceJ's Avatar
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    i threw this together using the blocks left over from The FWIP Named Ralph.

    i used cotton fabric to back it so he qualifies as a Downy Quilt for Kids.
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    Ralphie Jr. looks great!

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    Ralphie Jr is just to cute.

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    Patrice, I love the quilt, but the title is absolutely a hoot! ROFL!! Good job on both!

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    I love it! It just shouts YaaaaHooo!
    Who ever receives will love it!

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    Great job!

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    Great quilt-love the colors. I really like the scallopped (sp?) borders; are they hard to do? That's another thing on my list of things to try.

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    Love it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN
    Great quilt-love the colors. I really like the scallopped (sp?) borders; are they hard to do? That's another thing on my list of things to try.
    thanks, all, for your kinds words. :-)

    i used a wavy ruler to make the borders. i didn't use binding. i cut two layers of each border and turned it right-sides out after sewing around the edges. on the back i just turned under the straight edges and basted them down. when i deco-stitched the top, it fastened the back of the border at the same time.

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    Love it! The Downy project is such a good one-glad you chose that charity to give your quilt to, i know the kids will love it!!

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