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Thread: tying a quilt

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    I use the button stitch (the one that sews on buttons) to tie my quilts, goes faster than doing by hand and also really nice for baby quilts as there are no ends for them to pull on.

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    3 of us tied 2 big quilts today, will be a while before i even think of doing another lol. good food and chatting tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max's grandma
    I use the button stitch (the one that sews on buttons) to tie my quilts, goes faster than doing by hand and also really nice for baby quilts as there are no ends for them to pull on.
    What a neat idea! I will have to try this on the baby quilt I'm finishing this week.

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    Best and easiest way to go in my opinion.

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    Alot of times I just use a cute stitch on my machine or add buttons (only on quilts meant for adults)

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    Great ideal thanks for sharing this tip :D :thumbup:

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