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Thread: Friendship Star Baby Quilt

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    Senior Member Elsie's Avatar
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    very good i also would stitch a 1/4 in a way enjoy hand quilting this like to see the result after done

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    I love the footprint quilting idea, and I think a red binding would finish this off perfectly! Well done!

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    Good thinking to leave it at the one border. I did one similar to that and put a small first border in red, a second in blue, and should have stopped there because I put a third in the lighter color I used and hated it. I ended up putting a small blue binding after that and said "good enough".

    Yours is very cute.

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    Great quilt! It looks great with just the one border. You do nice work, he's going to love it.

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    The blue making a big friendship star is a great design feature. Cleverly done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    The blue making a big friendship star is a great design feature. Cleverly done!
    Thank you -- But I can't take the credit. I had a small picture of one that was done like that from Quilters Cache (http://www.quilterscache.com/F/Frien...ock_Page2.html) and I just thought it was neat. I had to do one block at a time, sew them together and compare them to the picture. Had to do a little unsewing to get them correct. My granddaughter thought it was great fun to line up the blocks for me and she was really a big help :D


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