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    Senior Member rvsfan's Avatar
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    How close together do you have to quilt on Warm n Natural? I have a couple yards but no longer have the package it came in and wondering how close I have to quilt. Thanks for your help.

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    Someone once told me rule of thumb was one hand apart for warm & natural..

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    If I remember right, no farther apart than 4-5 inches apart if SID ~ Freemotion would make the design closer anyway. It is all I use, but I FMQ all my quilts, not just SID

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    I think I've seen 4-5 inches too.

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    My Warm and Natural says 8 inches on the package.

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    8 to 10 inches is OK for Warm and NAtural.

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    I agree with the 8-10 inches. I use Warm and White but think it is the same

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