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Thread: Faux piping tute

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    Senior Member olebat's Avatar
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    Here is a nice set of stills, with clear instruction for applying a binding which almost appears to have a piping.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1jZHHT...-tutorial.html

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    That's really cool! Thanks so much!! :D

    Quote Originally Posted by olebat
    Here is a nice set of stills, with clear instruction for applying a binding which almost appears to have a piping.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1jZHHT...-tutorial.html

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    Thanks! I have a quilt this would look great on!

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    Loved it. thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you for sharing this link....:)

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    Thanks for the excellent tute. I think that even I will be able to manage it.

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    Thanks so much. I would like to try this on one of my next four quilts.

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    thanks that is neat will try next quilt

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    Thanks! I added this tute to my Favorites and I plan to do this on the quilt I am just starting...how cool will the "piping" be in a stripe!

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    thanks!! i really like her blog!

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    Thanks so much!

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    Thanks! Can't wait to try it.

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    Thanks, will have to give this one a try

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    thanks!

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    great tute

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    Thanks for sharing the information!

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    Very nice, Thank You

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    Thanks so much.....I love things a little different and this is soooooo cool!!

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    Thank you so much for this tute. It looks great and easy to do.

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    Thanks for the tute. I think I will try it on the pinwheel quilt that I am making. I think it looks really cool.

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    Great tutorial. Thanks you for sharing this!

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    Thanks for this site. I have bookmarked. I have made one of these....turned out just okay, but my directions were not the best. This is so much better and I'm ready to try it again.

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    A woman at our guild meeting showed us this piping technique last night and then showed her quilt with that piping. It really dressed up the quilt. Thanks for link. The pictures helped.

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