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Thread: Knits and other odd fabrics

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    I too am trying to clean out my sewing room, as many of us are. Other than donating, any ideas what to do with all the knit fabric I bought when my kids were little. I am making quilts for the Ronald McDonald house but not sure how to incorporate those fabrics into it. Also I have a variety of fleece, silk, cotton/poly blend etc. Thanks for all the suggestions from you creative people out there!!

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    just use a fusible interfacing on the back and cut the blocks as you normally would. It also makes a nice back for a quilt you tie instead of quilt.

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    The variety fabrics are great for wall hangings, tote bags and such.

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    Thanks for the tips, never thought about fusing the back of them!

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