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Thread: MINKIE

  1. #21
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    That's really pretty!!! I personally don't care for minkee (it feels slimy and catches on the cuticles like those polyester baby sleepers), but your quilt is great! And that's a beautiful crib, too!

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    boy--that crib would be great for having the fixtures on the bottom so you could turn it into a twin bed headboard!!

    imak

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    I have the same question about minkie. I tried quilting on a sample with walking foot, and several other possibilities. None worked. Do I have to hand sew this fabric. I love the softness.

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    Beautiful quilt, quiltnana! No wonder she calls it her "soffee!" What a lucky little girl! It looks like she can really "float" off to sleep every night! :D :D :D

  5. #25

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    :cry: I will never use minkie as backing again--too large a piece; I did use washable thread to baste but still dissatisfied. I keep to small pieces as blocks or "spitting cloths"

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