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Thread: "Summer Road Trip" Baby Boy Quilt

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    Very cute! The front is great. I love the back.

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    Its very nice!

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    What an awesome quilt! I love the colors & am sorry it was such a stinker to work on... LOL! But you were victorious in the end & that's all that matters, right? WTG!
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    Great job, thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Looks great front and back! What pointers could you give me, I have it sewn and ready to cut into diamonds...when should I starch?

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    Lovely quilt! On both sides!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    nice job starch is also my friend lol nice job!!!
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    Spellbinding! I think he'll get much mileage, counting the trucks and trains, lots of fun, don't be surprised if he loves the backing most! Visual feast for the eyes! Very creative quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by red-warrior View Post
    Looks great front and back! What pointers could you give me, I have it sewn and ready to cut into diamonds...when should I starch?
    Thanks! I found that if I didn't starch during the cutting process, my pieces stretched too much to allow the blocks to lie flat. Then I went crazy with the starch and the inner blocks stayed put while the outer blocks stretched along the border, making the border measurements really wonky. I had to wet, stretch, and block the quilt overnight before adding the borders on. Good luck!

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    It's gorgeous!!!
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