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  • whitneyk
    Handi Quilter
    Great answers

    Ruth1285,

    It would be up to you. 

    If you have a quilt that has straight lines, it is much easier to load and keep square and then cut the scallops after. 

    However, you can load with scallops but it is a little trickier.

    Best regards,

    Kristina Whitney

    Handi Quilter Studio Educator

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  • Patty

    I was also looking for an answer on scalloped edges but if you quilt then cut doesn’t it compromise the stitches and your chances of the stitches coming out is greater?

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  • whitneyk
    Handi Quilter
    Great answers

    Patty,

    Trimming the scalloped edges would be the same as trimming a regular quilt after quilting. The binding will go over the cut off stitches.

    Best regards,

    Kristina Whitney

    Handi Quilter Studio Educator

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