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Thread: quiltdesigning with the copier from a computerdummy

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    Power Poster dkabasketlady's Avatar
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    I like the printed border then the yellow! It looks like a stop border. The ther way around the yellow gets lost as a border.

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    I like the border you have on display. Looks good with the rest of the quilt. I like your design.

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    That's so cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ada Shiela
    Hello Granny_59 - your idea of printing fabrics onto paper and then cut and playing with paper, is a good one, but would not like to see DH's face when he finds out all the ink has been used LOL Nice to plan ahead with real colours though.
    INK..............!?!?? There is no ink in there, its a laserprinter!!

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    No actually you dont need that much copies, one page of every color gets you very far. After "piecing" a block you might want to copie the block, all in all I made about 25 copies because of the big number of the fabric involved.

    @basketlady: I never considered a sashing a stopper but you are so right! I will do it that way. Thank you so much to all.
    Granny

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