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Thread: Daily Dumb question

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    Super Member I go To The Sea To Breathe's Avatar
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    When doing the 2 1/2 strip swap, can you use the seersucker, as far as I can tell it it 100% cotton. I came out a few strips short and just wondered before I start cutting my DH shirts apart...

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    check with the swap coordinator.

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    I would think not, because seersucker has such a different texture from the usual quilting cottons.

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    I love seersucker but I don't use it in my quilts.

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    I'm thinking no ;) I don't see it used often in quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKinCO
    I'm thinking no ;) I don't see it used often in quilts.
    I never use it in quilting

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