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Thread: My first quilt with scalloped edge

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    This is a very pretty quilt and the scalloped edge just makes it nicer, Great job!

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    Beautiful! You did a great job. Thanks for sharing. Great idea to use freezer paper to cut your scallops.

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    Looks great!
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    Wow! Gobsmacked. That is beautiful! Thank you.
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    Not only is the quilt awesome, but I love your choice of binding. It really adds to the quilt. Makes me rethink my bindings. Thanks for sharing. Great job on the scallops.

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    Using the freezer paper to get the perfect scallop is a great idea! I'll add that to my bag of tricks. What a beautiful quilt you made with garage-sale fabric! Love the colors, pattern and especially the scalloped border. Thanks for sharing.
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    Such a pretty quilt!! You did an awesome job!!

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    Really pretty. Your decision to do scallops with this fabric is perfect....makes the whole quilt dreamy Thanks for sharing. Great tips on how to do scallops....am sure a bunch of us will refer back to you.

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    Beautiful job! Your description makes it sound easy. Much better idea to quilt first and then cut the scallops. You are a genius!

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    Great job. I especially love the bias binding. I love to do that with a stripe, it adds just a little something to the edge and yours just really pops now!

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    WOW-your quilt is amazing! I need to tackle a scallop border some time in my life! Beautiful quilt!

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    Beautiful!!!! Someday I will have to try a scalloped edge.....hope it is as successful as yours!! I, too, thank you for the tips and taking the time to share......someday, too, I will do my first post and pics.........You go girl.....
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    So pretty!!!!!

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    It is beautiful!

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    Awesome... what a great job... love the scallop edge.. thanks for the freezer paper idea..

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    Awesome! I love the scalloped edge, but have been afraid to try. So much to learn!!!!

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    Beautiful scallops and lovely colors in your fabric choices.

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    Great job on a very pretty quilt! Terrific scallops, and lovely fabrics!
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    You did a great job on the quilt. What a great idea about the freezer paper.

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    Wonderful - you did a great job.

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    WOW! That is gorgeous! I love scallops!

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    That is so nice. You did a lovely job on the scallop. I do (one day) want to try a scalloped edge. I think it gives the quilt a softer look.

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