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Thread: Reunion Quilt

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    Super Member Kyiav10's Avatar
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    Lovely. I am sure the recipiant loves it.

    Kyia

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    RE:
    Sep 16, 2008 03:39:37 how hard is it to bind the scalloped edge?
    It isn't hard to bind as long as you cut your binding on the bias. That is the secret. That way, there is give in the fabric.

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    RE: To Beth....
    I found this pattern in one of my quilting books. The name of the books is Better Homes and Gardens "Our Best Quilts". It was with the magazines at the grocery store. It has quite a few patterns in it. A good source of information.

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    That is gorgeous! Great job.

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    What a perfect way to celebrate a reunion!!! You're creating years worth of happy memories with those! I think all of us will remember you now and forever too!!! How special of you! The quilt is absolutely beautiful!! Lucky niece! That's awesome!!

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