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Thread: question about feather quilts

  1. #61
    Super Member GailG's Avatar
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    May 2008
    Quote Originally Posted by barbbrad
    My husband and I own a outfitting business and bring hunters up from the states to hunt geese and ducks, would I be able to use the feathers that we get to make a quilt and how would I do that? :)
    I don't know about the f eathers, but as soon as I read your message, I began sneezing. Aaah-choo! :lol:

    I love your avatar. Have we seen that one in full view? I may have missed it.

  2. #62
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    Dec 2009
    I have made pillows from goose feathers and down ,so quilts are only same but larger.
    YOU MUST buy PROPER feather proof cambric to enclose the feathers which is now very difficult to get here as they will "poke" their way throughany other fabric which can be uncomfy.
    You must cut up the larger feathers and discard the quill ends AND MOST OF ALL you must fumigate/stove/ them.
    When done it is very satisfying , after all our Grandparents/G G parents [depending on your age!!!!] did this .

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