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Thread: Fleece Throw - A Confidence-Builder :)

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    I feel like I have been left behind===how do you do this finished edge? I like it so much better.
    jeannedog

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    Very nice and so comfy and cozy looking! We all have to start somewhere, so do what is "calling" to you and move on from there. I believe that you will do well with the quilted pillow covers. Remember that a finished piece is better than a perfect piece. (Good thing too because I have not been able to get the "Perfect" thing down!)

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    Yay for the left-handers here! And nice to meet you, "Grandma Mary." And, thanks to everyone for all of the nice things you keep saying (and for the encouragment). "Jeannedog," see my post for the link to the instructions on this.
    Karen

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    Quilting Board Rocks

    I also want to say that you all make this Quilting Board awesome! So much support and kind words. Very helpful and welcome to me. And I keep forgetting to mention how neat it is to see other Michiganders on here. Happy Holidays, again.
    Karen

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    I have made dozens of fleece blankets. I just sew two pieces together and fringe. I don't tie or anything and people just love them. I make about 20 every year for our angel tree children at christmas. folks donate all kinds of fleece and I just match up the best I can. Saves time when you do not have to tie the fringe part or do fancy edges.


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    OMG! You might just have made it possible for me to get some of these made in time for Christmas and they look so finished off!!! This may not be a quilt, but it sure is a great fast way to get a warm little throw put together!! Hope you have a Merry Christmas and oh well, next year is another season for the Lions!

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    Nice job, really liked how this edge was finished.

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    How clever...I like it. Thank you for sharing!

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    That edge looks really neat!
    Blessed Be
    Darlene

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    oh, I've never seen that before. I'm glad you shared it. It may not be quilty, but it's still awesome!!! I've gotta get some flannel and do some of these.
    enjoy your life...it's the only one you have!!!
    Heather

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