Free Christmas Quilt Pattern Part 9 ~ by Terry White

On The Ninth Day Of Havel’s Holiday Project, My True Love Is The Rotary Wave Blade

Now, Let’s Continue And Start Creating the Border:

1. Choose your border fabric.

Free Christmas Quilt Pattern Part 9 (1)

The color you choose will be what frames the project. So, it can either be subdued, or as I chose, something that’s bright!
The color you choose will frame the project,
so it can be subdued, or as I chose, something that would be bright!

2. Measure the size of your borders and add 1/2″ for overlap.
The wavy edge will overlap your design area.

Free Christmas Quilt Pattern Part 9 (2)

3. Apply fusible web to your border fabric and tear off the backing paper before cutting.
This way you will avoid fraying.

Free Christmas Quilt Pattern Part 9 (3)

4. You only need the wave design on the inside of each border. Cut the outside edge with Havel’s Jumbo Rotary Cutter for a straight finish. For the center area, cut both edges out with the Wave Blade. Press the borders to the lining and the overlap of the design areas.

*Make sure that you keep following along so you can see what other products Terry loves to use while creating all of her favorite projects!*

On The Tenth Day Of Havel’s Holiday Project,
My True Love Is The Rotary Pinking Blade

 

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