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Thread: Is this going to be ok??

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    Super Member kwiltkrazy's Avatar
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    Looks great. Just clip it and wash it, and dry it, I found it helped to stop the dryer several times and empty the lint filter.

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    Someone mentioned in another thread that she just wets the quilt and puts it through the dryer rather than washing first, to save her washer. She said it rags and de-lints just as well as washing.

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    From across the pond, had never seen this before it looks lovely, what is the difference with rag scissors?

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    Its a real cutie. clip. bind and finished. Love the colors too.

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    Looks cute to me!
    Fortune favours the prepared mind
    "Make everything as simple as possible, but not simpler." Albert Einstein

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    It's cute. Way better than 'just ok'.

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    Very nice. I like the variety of prints...

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    I saw a jean quilt displayed at a quilt store in Eagle River, Alaska, that was very similar to this. She did not stitch though each block and it looked fantastic. The squares were about 4 1/2 inch square. The smooth side was the flannel side and the raveled side was the jean side...
    What are rag scissors? Why do you need to buy a special scissor? The seams on the displayed quilt were snipped about every 3/8 inch or so and nicely frayed.
    It had no batting....just jeans and flannel and was so soft.
    Last edited by sailsablazin; 09-12-2013 at 06:15 PM. Reason: added more info

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