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Jinny Beyer: Changing out one border print for another

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For the width of the border,  take half the size of the (square) block used in the center of the quilt and adding one inch. That's if you want the width of the border to be LESS than the size of the block. If you want the border to be wider than the block size, ADD the block size plus one half the block size plus one inch to get an attractive border width. Your choice depends on what looks good to you.

For the width of the border, take half the size of the (square) block used in the center of the quilt and adding one inch. That's if you want the width of the border to be LESS than the size of the block. If you want the border to be wider than the block size, ADD the block size plus one half the block size plus one inch to get an attractive border width. Your choice depends on what looks good to you.

Jinny Beyer:  Anatomy of a Border Print

Anatomy of a Border Print

Jinny Beyer: Anatomy of a Border Print

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Backing a Quilt Idea Take the leftover fabrics from the quilt and cut them into strips to make a matching stripy section on the back. I really LOVE having a bit of extra on the back!

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Quilting Assistant : Free Border Pattern : Piano Keys

Quilting Assistant : Free Border Pattern : Piano Keys

Album Archive

Album Archive

Tutorial on Quilt labels

Tutorial on Quilt labels

Quilt patterns, tips, fabric, instruction and information for the quilting community

www.allpeoplequilt.com sites allpeoplequilt.com files uploads retreat_packing_list.pdf

www.allpeoplequilt.com sites allpeoplequilt.com files uploads retreat_packing_list.pdf

Tessellations.  Jinny Beyer.  The first question is “What is a tessellation?” A tessellation is any shape that can be repeated over and over to fill a surface without gaps or overlaps.  Squares, triangles, hexagons, and diamonds are all tessellations because they can fill a surface without gaps.

Different types of tessellations or shapes that fill a surface without gaps

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My Joyful Journey: Tutorial: How to Add a Mitered Border to Your Quilt

There are times when a quilt really benefits from a mitered border, instead of a border with butted or cornerstone corners. It takes a litt.

Mirror line for border print placemats

Anatomy of a Border Print

Mirror line for border print placemats

Centering the template creates design opportunities

Lucy Boston Patchwork of the Crosses Block

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