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Thread: faux piped binding on mini quilt

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    faux piped binding on mini quilt

    Here is a mini quilt that I made using faux piped binding.
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    That's cute. What kind of thread did you use for the hand quilting? It looks shiny and rather large, and has a nice effect on the mini. I also enjoy making mini quilts.
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    It is crochet thread....the kind you can buy in the big sizes. I use it in different colors for all my quilts when hand stitching : )

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    Super cute!

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    Love the hand stitching!
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    Elizabeth, you should be giving classes on how to do these. I am so intriqued. They are wonderful!

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    Another wonderful mini. I love the stitching and faux piping. Thanks for sharing.
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    That is pretty. Love the faux piped binding.

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    It is just a darling quilt
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    I would love to post some tutorials, but I can't post my links to my blog and I can't get more than one picture to post...I use a MAC and I quess that is part of the problem

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    very nice. Looks like you have been busy making lots of mini quilts. They are my favorite size since it allows me to try new techniques.

    BTW, welcome! I see you are new to the board.

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    Thank you, I am enjoying the board. It is full of wonderful inspiration : )

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    Really cute!!!!

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    Oh, so dainty! It's very pretty!

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