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Thread: Can I use fray check?

  1. #11
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    I would also zig zag and quilt well.

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    Junior Member conniemaried's Avatar
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    Thanks for all the replys. This give me something to work with. I was afraid the fray check was a bad idea.
    Please meet my avatar quilting buddy, Myrtle McQuilter

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    Junior Member Joy.lynn's Avatar
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    When I was sewing for my children I used fraycheck all the time. They never complained of any rough spots. I used very little and it always held. Some shirts and pants lasted through 4 kids. Most of the time I did not used the bottle, I put it on with an old pin. Worked for me.

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