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Thread: What to do with an out-of-square panel?

  1. #11
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    If it's that ornery after being washed and dried - I would get rid of it.

    I just don't have the patience to fight with that kind of wonkiness anymore.

    What will it do the NEXT time it's washed?

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    I agree. I might try to starch it but most panels are cheap. That's not worth the trouble.

    Buy some nice kid novelty fabric and sew 3 or 4 borders around it. Just as cute as a panel. And you can make it square!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arkansasquilter123
    I say the same....spray it (or starch it and MAKE it square!!!
    I agree - after you get it looking "square" you could put a sashing around it to stabilize it.

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