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Thread: Piping and fat binding on Baby quilt

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    Senior Member Sallyjane's Avatar
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    Piping and fat binding on Baby quilt

    This is just a cheater panel. I added several boarders and then piping and an extra fat binding. I really like how it turned out!

    Sorry the photos should have been rotated, just stand on your head to view that last one
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    Very cute, and I love the effect the piping and wide binding add. I must try to do that sometime.
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    Darling quilt. And I think there's no such thing as "just a cheater panel." They make great quilts. I'm working on one right now, although it's not turning out as cute as yours.

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    Don't say "just a cheater panel" - it's adorable! Well done!
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    Very cute and I really like the wide binding.
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    CHEATER is such a horrible, negative term...for such an adorable quilt...i really don't get why people have to put such negativity on their work...a panal is simply a large print cotton fabric...there is nothing CHEATING about it- you still work creatively to make it into something wonderful...just like using any other printed fabric.
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    Love it and the bright colors

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    It's a happy quilt. I love panels, use them frequently. It's not cheating; it's efficient use of time and materials!

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    That's one of the best panel quilts I've seen!!! So bright and happy! I love what you did with it with the borders and binding! Will keep it for inspiration!

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    Sew cute!!!!!!!!

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    What a wonderful bright and cheerful quilt. I love panel quilts, I make them to donate for children in the hospital. I hand quilt them so it still takes a lot of time to finish.
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    Great job!
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    I love this quilt, it is such happy colors!!!!
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    I like the piping and wide binding. Did you hand sew it to the back or machine. Great job
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    Yup SUPER CUTE!
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    Love it on my head and standing straight upright. Love the piping too, gotta try that!
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    Ooooh how cute!

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    That is charming! Love the piping ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart of Dixie View Post
    I like the piping and wide binding. Did you hand sew it to the back or machine. Great job
    I did it all on the machine. Here is a link to the way I did my piping:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-rThp7KGRw
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    wow! all that from a panel! that is a FABULOUS! baby quilt! I really like the piping on it, what a great thought!
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    Nice touch with the piping! Such a happy quilt, love what you've done with it!!!

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    And THANK YOU for the Piping link; that'll be a fun thing to try out! (and another tool to add to the 'grocery' list which is getting longer every time I read a post...LOL!)

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    I love panels! Your quilt turned out beautiful! I love everything about it. Standing on my head for the last pic gave me a headache. lol
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    Too cute!!!!

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