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Thread: Shadowbox Tutorial

  1. #26

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    I just finished that quilt, queen size, sent it to my son and daughter in law. Sewing was much easier than planning and cutting, not very well written directions. However, does make a great looking piece.

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    Super Member boxerlady's Avatar
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    oh my, that sounds so easy, even I can do that! (using the half square triangles in the corner)

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    Super Member willferg's Avatar
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    As far as the mitered corner, you could use a half square triangle, or you could sew a small square to the bottom of one edge and sew on the diagonal of the square, folding it back over to give the triangle effect...both ways easier than the mitered corner approach!

    http://www.straw.com/equilters/libra...ticwindow.html

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