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Thread: Would it hurt anything if I......

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    double quilt? I got done with a quilt and popped it in the wash. When it got out, I was clipping loose threads. Then I noticed, its the quilting pulling out. Can I just quilt over it or should I pull it out and redo? I've already got the binding and everything on. I hate to have to take it all apart.

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    Can you pick the threads out of the area carefully, leaving enough tail to knot and bury inside? Then quilt the "bald spot".

    How extensive is the damage?

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    I am so sorry!! I think I would try to do what Moonpi suggests.

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    Theres very little quilting on it anyway. Only a few inches here and there that have come out.

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    Is this machine quilted or hand quilted?

    Maybe just undo a little at a time, and then redo it - maybe there won't be too much shifting that way. ?

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