Not much has been done since break. I got a bit of knitting done and a bit of cross stitch done during the basketball game Monday night. Last night, I was able to get the final side of border #2 on Hampton Ridge. First I fussy cut the final side. I made sure to read the measurements again. I didn’t want to make any mistakes.
The next step is to miter those corners, then I can get Border #3 on. I’m not sure if I’ll be able to get to this until Sunday. I’ve got a bunch of evening activities these next few nights and I will need to have my full attention when I go in to actually miter. I will try to get those strips to line up properly but we’ll see how it goes.
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Your quilt is beautiful, love the reds. The border is very attractive. Blessings, Gretchen
Wow! That is one gorgeous quilt top.
A lovely quilt, lots of work in those blocks! Good luck with getting your border on, it’s going to look wonderful!
Hampton ridge looks great. I was able to use the large size Easy Angle ruler to do the miters on mine. Don’t forget seam allowances 😉
Thanks for the idea! 🙂
Your Hampton Ridge is gorgeous. Yes, mitering takes one’s full attention — don’t ask me how I know LOL — but that border needs it, for sure!