Video: How to Quilt the Echoed Tulip Dance Border

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How to Quilt the Echoed Tulip Dance Border Design

In this APQS video tutorial you’ll learn how to quilt the Echoed Tulip Dance border design. This is a sweet tulip design that will be perfect for so many quilt borders! Watch the video below to see how to quilt it!

How to Quilt the Echoed Tulip Dance Border

You’ll love how easy it is to quilt the echoed tulip dance border! Before I quilted this design I started by adding a few registration lines in my border. This will help keep the tulips even across the space. The size of these spaces is up to you! I gave myself about 3 inches for each tulip. But you might want more or less space depending on the size of your border.

To quilt the echoed tulip dance border, we’ll start at the bottom of your border. Quilt a lower case “e” or a loop around the center of your marked space. Now quilt three tulip petals or leaves around that center loop. This brings you back to your center loop. Now echo back around your tulip petals. On your first and last petals add a curl for a little extra whimsy!

Continue echoing the tulip until you’re back at the center loop. Now you can travel to your next marked space to quilt another echoed tulip!

Now It’s Your Turn!

Now that you know how to quilt the echoed tulip dance border, it’s your turn to give it a try! I would love to see your version of this design. You can share pictures of your quilts with me at the Quilted Joy Facebook page, tag me on Instagram, or join the community in the Quilted Joy Clubhouse!

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