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Thread: finished brick walk

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    Super Member sharoney's Avatar
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    Trim up the edges with your rotary cutter. This is your finished piece!

    I should also add that if the measurements don't come out even for your quilt, the book I learned this from just cuts across the border.
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    that is nice i like it

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    wow, it looks great.
    thanks for the tute.

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    That is so coool....love it. Thanks for the tutorial :)

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    This is great. Thanks.

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    Thank you

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    I am going to try that-I am working on a quilt with 12 blocks having 4 different fabrics for the month of the year and was wondering how to border it-now I know I can use some of the fabric from each month to make the brick walk around it-that will be perfect--thanks!

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