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Thread: Seersucker in your quilt?

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    Super Member Glenda m's Avatar
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    Wow! Thanks for all the great suggestions. I have a project in mind right now!! I'm off to think about it. LOL

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    I'm glad I came across this thread. I have some seersucker material and now I know I can use it for the back of the baby quilt I'm going to make for grandchild #6.(don't know if it is boy or girl - waiting for the surprise) I'm having a hard time picking out the pattern - so far- it is kits in the sky. Still looking - baby due in May.

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    As others have said, press seams manually. I have a plastic "finger presser," but you could use anything. I'm sure it depends on the weight of the seersucker, too. I am working with a delicate one now that stretches and frays, but there are far beefier ones out there that won't drive you as crazy.

    hugs,
    Charlotte

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