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Thread: Rounded Corners With Rounded Borders

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    Rounded Corners With Rounded Borders

    I made a Red and White Log Cabin Quilt that I intend to use as a spread for my bed. I've posted pictures here in the Pictures section. Since I posted those pictures, I've had requests from several fellow-quilters as to how the rounded corners with rounded borders was done. The tutorial attached explains how, together with photos as the process is completed. I'm still a newbie, this being only my second pieced-block quilt. The tutorial is attached as a pdf file, which also includes photos of the Red and White Log Cabin Quilt.
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    ​Nicely done!

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    thanks for the detailed instructions. They look easy to follow...........Jane

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    Thank you sew much for the info. Happy Quilting New Year to all!

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    Thanks Jeanette, this could be done on any size quilt.
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    thanks so much for taking the time to do this tutorial. i would never have thought of doing it this way
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    Smart idea. I do have one question though. How do you quilt. Loading onto long arm/ quilt frame or hand quilt with hoop?
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    My quilting is either done on my Singer 201, or by hand. I can imagine it would present some obstacles, but not overwhelming obstacles to using a long arm.

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    Great instructions - thank you so much!

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