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Thread: Kaleidoscope with Border Fabric?

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    Super Member Watson's Avatar
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    Kaleidoscope with Border Fabric?

    Does anyone know of a website that shows how to do this? I've searched but can't find anything.

    Is it just the same as using a fabric with repeats?

    Thanks in advance,

    Watson

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    ​Jenny Beyer works a lot with border prints, she may have something on her site.

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    I've done it the same as with non-border fabric. You just need to get the correct number of identical pieces so you can sew them together.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    I just completed one of these, and I am taking it to the quilter tomorrow. I used Bethany Reynolds book Magic Stack-n-Wack Quilt. I also looked her up YouTube and found an old video with Kay Woods demonstrating this.
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    Wow, DeltaMS, nice!
    Thanks, everyone...I'll check it out.

    Watson

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    I agree ... wow! DeltaMS, your quilt is vibrant and fun.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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