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  • Re: Adding Piping and Binding to a Scalloped Edge Quilt

    Barbara, Thank you for your help. It makes sense to me to add the piping first. I thought it would kind of bunch up a little bit more with the piping and binding together. I want it to look neat in the inside peaks. I knew it would payoff to ask for help and it is truly appreciated. I would love to see a picture of your quilt, if it's available
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Thu, Jun 11 2015
  • Re: Adding Piping and Binding to a Scalloped Edge Quilt

    I have trouble typing on my iPad. I meant to say that my iPad takes crappy pictures. Also I am glad that the quilt is coming to the end.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Thu, Jun 11 2015
  • Re: Adding Piping and Binding to a Scalloped Edge Quilt

    Thank you, Marianne. It is a lot better in real life. I took the picture with my iPad instead of my camera. My iPad take crappy pictures. I enjoyed working on this quilt but had it is coming to the end. Thanks again, Marianne. Remember to keep yourself in stitches!! Candi
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Thu, Jun 11 2015
  • Adding Piping and Binding to a Scalloped Edge Quilt

    i just finished a king size Double Wedding Ring quilt for my daughter's 10th Wedding Anniversary. All I need to do now is bind the quilt. I want to scallop the edges and add piping and binding. I have watched Karen Charles on QNNTV and was wondering if her method would work for the curves of the scallops. I think the only other way I could do it
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Thu, Jun 11 2015
  • I'm Not New But Rarely Post

    I am looking for a paper pieced finished 8" star pattern (8 point star). Can anyone direct me in the right direction to find such a pattern? Like I said I am not new here but I rarely post but sure do love reading all the wonderful tips and pictures of everyone's quilts and their stories. I am making two Quilts of Valor and they will have the
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Mon, Nov 12 2012
  • Not Getting Anything Done

    Well, I am so glad that I joined QCA but I am not getting any quilting done. I have learned a lot on here and I am having so much fun. This is such a wonderful place to find anything and everything out about quilting...not only quilting but other fun ideas. Shame, shame, shame on me but I have spent so much time watching videos on qnntv.com that I have
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Mon, Aug 30 2010
  • Re: Rubber Tipped Pliers

    Judy, That is exactly what I saw. I am going to purchase a pair immediately. I am also going to take so of the other advice here. Everyone is so nice for jumping right on my problem. Happy stitchin'!!! Candi
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Mon, Aug 2 2010
  • Rubber Tipped Pliers

    I am new on this site and am in need of some information that one of you may know about. OK...here goes...I am looking for something I saw online. I am not sure where I saw it but I think in was something new. It was a pair of needle-nose rubber tipped pliers used to pull needles through when they are stuck. I have looked on several sites looking for
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Sun, Aug 1 2010
  • New to QCA

    Hi Everyone, Just joined. My name is Candi Gordon and I live in West Virginia. I love quilting due to the arrival of my grandbaby girl. She is going to be 4 years old in October. I have made her two, a doll baby dquilt, and a quillow so far. I am working on a Sunbonnet Sue for her 4th birthday. I hope I can get it done in time. I love to applique. I
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Candi Gordon on Tue, Jul 20 2010
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