Mary Beth Posted April 26, 2007 Report Share Posted April 26, 2007 I have a new customer, she is about 23 years old, who brought me a quilt top and told me what she wants. It is a "Turning Twenty" kind of top, flannel back, and a hairy fringe for the "binding". She want the fringe to be the finished edge. Now to do this, I know I am going to need to stitch the top and back together, right sides together, with the fringe in the seam. Then turn it right side out, try to slip a piece of batting in between the layers - that is cut the exact size - then try to load it on my machine and quilt it. I am thinking of going on vacation instead I don't think this is going to work, and I am pretty sure I don't want to be the one to ruin her quilt top. And, I'm very sure I wouldn't know what to charge even if I was nutty enough to do this. Am I thinking right....are those the steps I would need to take to create this master piece?! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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