Welcome back to the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt-along! I’；m BERNINA Expert and Amanda Murphy and in this post we will be finishing the cornerstones of the quilt. We will return on November 14th to cover the side embroidery designs. Are you ready to get started？
The BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt.accent pillow case baby canvas living room deco
For those of you that might join us now， you can find the previous tutorials of the BERNINA 125th Anniversay Quilt-along here：
BERNINA Anniversay Quilt-along： Part 1
BERNINA Anniversary Quilt-along： Part 1， Embroidery (optional)
BERNINA Anniversary Quilt-along： Part 2
Here is a PDF of the instructions that you will need to complete this month’；s work： BERNINA 125 Anniversary Quilt –； Part 3.
A detail of the cornerstone in the BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt.
You will want to trim down your previously embroidered or appliquéd blocks to 6-1/2”； x 6-1/2”；funny pillow cases， centering the embroidery EXACTLY， and then follow the instructions on pages 10-11 of the instructions to join triangles to the corners of the blocks using a “；stitch-and-flip”； technique.
That is it!？ I’；ll be back on November 14th to get you started on the border corner motifs.
Here is the list of great prizes you can win when participating in the entire quilt along. Refer to the rules here：
Grand Prize：？A？BERNINA 770 QE Anniversay Edition？Anniversary Edition machine!
First Runner Up：？BERNINA L 460
First Prize： The BERNINA 125th Anniversary Quilt Kit
Second Prize： The Golden BERNINA 125th Anniversary PresserFoot #1 in a Commemorative TinThird Prize： The BERNINA 125th Anniversary Rulerwork Ruler Set (set of 3 rulers).
If you have questions please comment below and I’；ll try to help. You can also join me in my Facebook Group， Quilting with Amanda Murphy.
Share how you are progressing on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtags #bernina125quiltalong.
Happy quilting and HAPPY ANNIVERSARY， BERNINA!
BERNINA Expert/Quilting and Longarm Spokesperson
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