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Thread: urgh.....fixing a quilt

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    I tried to use fleece material for a pillow turn quilt...not a good idea...I am using the seam ripper and will do a reqular sandwich and bind. too much stretch. so bummed...I used the redsox fleece not cheap....

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    Bummer :(

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    super bummer!

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    I did the same thing. I tried to quilt it but it went all wonky - now I am unsewing the quilt part. UGH - I stuck it away in the closet, guess I should get it out where I have to look at it or it will never get done... At least I only did a couple straight row of quilting before I saw what it was doing :)

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    i hate ripping

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    I do not like working with fleece...and its hard to rip out. I am going to cut off the sides...its a tumber quilt so it will be fine. Now to find the rotary cutter...I need my own sewing room...can't find a thing in my over stuffed closet.

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