Using embroidered blocks

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Country By Design Posted: Thu, Aug 8 2013 9:31 AM

Hi!  I have been machine quilting for several years and recently started hand quilting with a group from my church.  Now I have volunteered to set together six embroidered blocks that have to be set together for the printed quilting design to work.  However, I need the finished quilt to measure about 90 inches by 100 inches.  Any ideas on how to add borders to get the width I need?

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eparys replied on Thu, Aug 8 2013 9:48 AM

How big are the blocks? I assume that by the comment "set together" you mean that they must be sewn together so that they are  touching. That is a lot of fabric to add IMHO as straight borders. 

A Picture and sizes would be most helpful.


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gini replied on Thu, Aug 8 2013 1:15 PM

We need the size of the blocks and orientation.   Can they be set on point?  A picture would help a lot.

gini in north idaho

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