2. Cut the batting larger than the top, large enough to form a nice sized "frame" for the piece. I used a thick piece of wool felt inside to help keep it stretched.
3. The wrap and tuck method of framing a quilt is explained in greater detail at the link, but basically, the backing fabric needs to be cut large enough to wrap around up over the batting, and tuck underneath the edges of the top. The corners can be mitered or left square. I decorated over the seams with feather stitch. Use blanket stitch around the outside to attach the top to the other layers.
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Cyndi Lavin, 2015
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