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I don't see it as hideous and/or ugly -
If you don't care for it, sell it or give it away.
I'd use them all in quilts except the wide blue/green/yellow stripe!! Love the pink one.
When it seems like the world is falling to pieces remember that the pieces are falling into place...the End Times.
Heaven and Earth are full of His Glory!
LOL, I made my first quilt from left over's form Mom's and her girlfriends pants suits! My Grandmother hand quilted it with a poly cotton backing. I still have it and its in rough shape, all except the knit fabrics. Don't know what your going to do with that but I keep watching this thread. My girlfriend cleaned out her Mom's stuff and I got gifted with several peieces of doubleknit.
They can be used as batting if the color does not show through( a concern for lights in the top) . Used as batting they make a warm quilt .. and for those who do not want to do alot of quilting you can stitch far apart.
It's bullet proof fabric! I have two quilts made with this stuff, no batting just two sided double knit nine patches and tied. It's heavy and will last forever. Great yard quilts.
well i was gonna say gift it to someone else or drop it in the bin at goodwill. perhaps you may come up with some other use.
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~If you can't change your fate, change your attitude.(Amy Tan)
~As long as one keeps searching, the answers come.(Joan Baez)
I know what I'm doing with the 3 boxes of this poly stuff from the 70's that I've got - it's going to Goodwill!! I'm all for a stash, but not this stuff.
Give it to Goodwill and take the tax deduction.
The Earth without art is just "Eh".