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Thread: Pillowcase to store your quilt?

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    Great link! I will definitely be making a few of these.

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    If I see your name and a recommended video, I know it will be a good one!!!! thank you so much...Naomi
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    They are WAY easy to do and if you make it - you can make it the correct size (no need to be just pillowcase size).

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    Very handy, Definitely worth bookmarking!!!

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    Thanks Michael,
    great tutorial,but now you just added one more thing to my to do list. :)

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    When I enter a quilt for a how we put them in pillow cases so it's easy to fold and have ready for us to pick up. Labels on it too. Might have to make a case to go with my gift quilts. Good idea. Love your videos. Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric_fancy
    this might be a silly question but if you're supposed to roll the quilt for storage wouldn't you make a tube instead of a rectangle?
    LOL....not silly. I'm just going off of what was communicated to me. But they also said you should take them out and refold them every 2 months or so...

    I'm not an expert on this one. I was ALSO told to was them in a a specific detergent that you can get from any Farm Supply store, because it really gentle of your quilt...but the name of that eludes me right now.

    Hmmm.....this this would be a good thing to talk about and get a tut going for it. :P

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    That's a clever way to make a pillow case. Love learning new techniques to make the sewing go faster and look better.

    Thank you!

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    Thanks

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    that is so cool! thanks

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