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    See what you can do with a little company?

    athenagwis a member of this board hosted a "virtual quilt along" this past Sunday, Come Virtually Quilt with me Today - 4/15 and this is what I managed to accomplish.

    I finished a bed runner I had been working on finishing it with the Cathedral Window rolled type binding that another member of this board (dilyn) did a wonderful tute on Cathedral Window rolled type binding . I also completed the bulk of my Storm at Sea--I'm still deciding if I want to put borders on or not... Anyway thanks for looking at my humble accomplishments!
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    Beautiful!! I am going to attempt the pattern for your bed runner. I really appreciate the quilting because I was thinking SITD. Also, how did you do Cathedral Window rolled type binding? It looks really nice!
    Better to do something imperfectly, than nothing perfectly.
    Done is better than perfect.

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    Not too humble, I hope. You did good jobs there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Jane View Post
    Beautiful!! I am going to attempt the pattern for your bed runner. I really appreciate the quilting because I was thinking SITD. Also, how did you do Cathedral Window rolled type binding? It looks really nice!
    Here's the link for the binding: Cathedral Window rolled type binding . The bed runner was really easy, it's just the 10-minute block.
    Bernie

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    great job like them both!!!
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    I love your Storm at Sea! The animal prints are "wild"
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    Really Pretty, love the green one, is that the 10 minute block pattern?
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    Never in the world would have thought about using animal prints for this pattern. It is GREAT. Thanks for sharing.
    God Bless,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock Tea View Post
    I love your Storm at Sea! The animal prints are "wild"
    Isn't that a cool way to do that pattern? I love it!
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    Wow, your storm at seas awesome!!

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