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Here’s a technique that will help you increase your border design repertoire with virtually little or no marking. We like to think of this as "mixing and matching” because all the designs are based on a common principle—an imaginary line down the center of the border that allows the designs to bounce from one side to the other.

Blog - Quilting the Quilt: Mix and match border designs

Machine quilting, combining swirls and pebbles. - nice link to Angela Waters quilting videos

How to turn a neat circle, using fusible interfacing | Sew Grand Dresden quilts/Nancy Zieman | Nancy Zieman Blog

A Dresden Quilt Design Gets a Makeover

Feathered Quilting Design by Judy Allen

The Destashification Project

~ Baptist Swirl - Paper- 6" W6-JB-BSW

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