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Thread: June Tailor Quilt express top

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    Has anyone used the June Tailor quilt top express? I just watched the video demo and was impressed

    http://www.junetailor.com/quilttopexpvideo.htm

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    Very, very interesting. Just wonder if it's a little stiffer than regular quilts. When she grabbed the last one it seemed to all come up at once, instead of drooping over her hand.

    Just wondering. But still interesting.

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    That looks interesting, but I'm not sure I'd trust it to come out as perfectly as promised.

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    I wonder as well. I can't imagine being able to put hand applique over this either. Thanks for the info. I have not tried the fusible batting either.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ramona Byrd
    Very, very interesting. Just wonder if it's a little stiffer than regular quilts. When she grabbed the last one it seemed to all come up at once, instead of drooping over her hand.

    Just wondering. But still interesting.

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    oh i have some of that. put some squares on it and laid it aside for quite awhile. it is fairly soft. but my squares didn't stay on completely. i'm about to toss it.

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    Just did a doll quilt yesterday using it. Had some misc 2 inch sqs to use. Have used it in the past and it's ultra soft no stiffness very thin gauze.
    I did the quilt yesterday took me 20 mins and the top was all done. Now just needs binding...tomorrow
    You can buy it at Joann's by the yd which is much cheaper then by package...
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    I haven't used the June Tailor, but I've used the fusible with the graph lines. Works nicely, but does make the quilt stiffer than I like and you definitely can't hand quilt it.

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    I sure like the room she was demoing in. That gives me an idea for my screened in porch DH wants to make into a tv room...........I'll give him the living room.

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    Thanks for sharing. The video was interesting. Might be good for placemats as there was a stiffness to the quilt.

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