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    Help me find ... please

    I've looked and looked and can't find!

    Some time in the past few weeks there was a posting of a quilt (it may have been a wall hanging) where the quiltmaker had put loops of corded fabric around the outside of the quilt. I believe the colors of the loops were blue and white. I hope I've described that correctly. Does anyone remember where I can find that thread?

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    We have such great detectives on this board. Someone has always helped me out in a search too.

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    Thanks, nativetexan a/k/a Inspector Clouseau!

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    Quote Originally Posted by betthequilter View Post
    Thanks, nativetexan a/k/a Inspector Clouseau!
    In this instance, shouldn't it be Inspector Clue-sew?

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    Good one, themadpatter! Very clever of you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by themadpatter View Post
    In this instance, shouldn't it be Inspector Clue-sew?
    lol... good one!
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    I made a hexigon table topper using the same pattern for the loops. I also got it from the same site. It is really a simple edging to make. The one that nativetexan posted is just beautiful.
    Mary

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    Here's another form of loops for a wall hanging that DJ made. You might like to try something like this.

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/tutori...ml#post8064896

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    I love this idea. The next time I make a wall hanging I'll be sure to do it with this "loop" idea. I love this board, everyone is so informative and happy to share their knowledge with all of us.

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