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Thread: help i have too much fleece

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    If you have a Swiffer Sweeper, you can use fleece to make reusable covers for them.

    It also makes super warm pillowcases.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hillbillycrafter
    Do you know where I can find a pattern for the slipper socks like the ones you make?
    Quote Originally Posted by hobo2000
    I have this super quick and easy slipper sock pattern. Makes a pair in less than 1/2 hour. I sew a square of suede to the bottom at the ball of the foot so the don't slip. This year I got fancy and made hearts and stars on the bottom.
    Hillbilly, I just went here: http://www.sewthankful.com/TimberLanePress.html

    You guys got my checkbook in trouble with these!!!!

    Also, thanks for the idea oatw13.

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    line kids sweat pants to make them warmer, from just below the crotch to the ankle, that way you don't have to take the whole pant apart, just the side seams :D:D:D

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    Okay, so I ordered from Sew Thankful. Not a problem, not in a hurry, but about 2 hours after I hit the button to 'buy' I received an e-mail telling me that my order had been sent..... Sent? Already? I will probably get it mid week next week. I'll let you know!

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    Can you use it between denim or flannel layers for rag quilts?

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    I made nice dog coats with my fleese for all the dogs in the family, Also cut sqs and made like a rag quilt for my cats to sleep on.

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    I made fleece socks for my family. Love 'em! I got the pattern last fall at JoAnns.

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    Sew some into the shape of a simple mitten and use them as a dusting mitt.

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    I don't see why not. Just as long as it isn't out with the 'rag' part. This stuff doesn't 'rag'......

    Also, be careful of a very hot iron, this stuff will melt.....

    This is in response to MommaDorian's question.

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    I buy remnant fleece. I find matching flannels and make baby blankets (crib size). The fleece makes it thicker so you don't need batting.

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