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Thread: How to layer a quilt on a small table

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    How to layer a quilt on a small table

    This link was on Kaye Woods site today and I found it very interesting and funny. The captions her daughter puts up as the quilting instructions go on are very clever and be sure to stay to see the credits at the end.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iw4s...em-uploademail

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    very clever idea. thanks for sharing the link
    Nancy in western NY

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    That was funny.....Thanks! But did you notice that she put the backing fabric seam in the center of the back of the quilt? That's something I would do, in fact I do it more often than not, but not intentionally, it just happens that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebbieJJ View Post
    That was funny.....Thanks! But did you notice that she put the backing fabric seam in the center of the back of the quilt? That's something I would do, in fact I do it more often than not, but not intentionally, it just happens that way.
    If you don't want seam in middle....just seam both selvedges making a tube, align theses seams and cut only ONE of the creases created....will give you a back with full width in center and half widths on ends...I know this is an old method, but maybe some didn't know it......

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    OMG!! Thank you so much for this link- My knees almost stopped me from finishing my latest quilt, because I had it laid out on the basement floor where I can tape it down and proceed from there. I made a vow on this last quilt only to make mini quilts, baby quilts and wallhangings that I can sandwich on my table. This idea may keep me in the "full size quilt business" a little longer. Can't wait to try it on some of my UFOs that are ready to sandwich and have been procrastinated on!
    KEEP CALM and CARRY ON!!

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    Thanks for sharing the great tute, I am definitely going to try this.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    Too funny! the daughter did a great job, love the credits!

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    Great Tute and the daughter's captions were hilarious Skurrs!
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    Really cute and good info. If you want even more laughs, turn on the closed captioning.
    Marcia

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    Thanks for letting us know about the tutorial, it was cute and informative.

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