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Thread: quilted muslin for back of quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    So really Bev, what you are wanting to do is to use the quilted muslin for your quilt...and put a really "pretty" pieced back on it :lol: And tie it on.

    I'm no expert, but I don't see why you couldn't. Its your quilt, do it however you want! :lol:
    yes/no i wanna do a quilt top...... but instead of doing the sandwich, i;ll put the quilted fab in back. bind.tie.boom i'm done

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    I know what you are talking about...it just seemed like you are doing the quilt- in reverse. :lol: :lol:

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    hubby always says i'm azz backwards. i see it done in my mind. i'll do one up and let ya'll see what i'm doing... i made a embroidered quilt on plain muslin and put pooh fabric on back... i'll just be doing the opposite with a quilt top. hey wait i got pics... :wink:
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    I use the pre-quilted off-white muslin to make appliqued wall hangings, especially seasonal ones - Halloween on one side and Thanksgiving on the other side. These can be done using either the hand sewing method or the heat-n-bond method. If you hand sew, just make sure that you don't go all the way through to the other side. My MIL lives in an apartment, and I like to make her a little door hanging for each of the holidays - her neighbors seem to enjoy them too! I try to always have the pre-quilted on hand. Ya never know when you'll need a quick prezzie!

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