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    Default Re: Braid quilt progress

    Quote Originally Posted by Hulamoon View Post
    Sharyn I was wondering if you used the Moda tute for this?
    No, I was on youtube and saw Jenny's older tutorial for making a braid runner with the binding tool. So I figured I'd use the tool to make a small quilt since I never use it for binding. LOL So, basically, I didn't follow any instructions other than use the template for cutting. I saw a lot of great braid quilts on google search, but couldn't find one for Moda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharyn J View Post
    No, I was on youtube and saw Jenny's older tutorial for making a braid runner with the binding tool. So I figured I'd use the tool to make a small quilt since I never use it for binding. LOL So, basically, I didn't follow any instructions other than use the template for cutting. I saw a lot of great braid quilts on google search, but couldn't find one for Moda.
    I never used it either. lol I'll have to look her's up. Here is the Moda one.

    http://www.unitednotions.com/fp_sultry.pdf



    Lorie

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    I love your quilt and have it on my "list". Thanks for the starching advice! I learn so much from you all since I'm pretty much self- and Jenny-taught! This forum is like an on-line classroom and I need to take notes!
    Brenda.

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    Default Re: Braid quilt progress

    I think it's awesome the way it is....without the sashing !

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    STARCH... A true wonder tool in the quilting room!

    The braids look great! I don't think you need another border...


    Sandy from Cincinnati


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    That turned out very nice. I like it better without the sashing.
    Cindy

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    Default Re: Braid quilt progress

    I'm thinking starching the "dickens" out of it would go in the same phrase book as "quilted it within an inch of its life". It's a beautiful braid quilt. Great job.

    chaitea4me

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    I love it!
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