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Thanks everyone! Truly overwhelmed by your replies! Regarding how I did the border: I drew a grid on a 45 degree angle as I moved down the quilt. I used a blue wash away marker from Clover. Then I stitched continuous curves from intersection to intersection. Once those were stitched I then free motioned swirls inside the diamond shape that the CC'S created. When I was at the top of the quilt I questioned my sanity,but as the pattern appeared I saw how pretty it looked and this kept me motivated to finish it. You can read my blog post about this quilt at http://www.theyegquilter.com/meanderings/2015/3/2/the-secret-garden

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