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scrap control: http://web.mac.com/merryquilts/Doubl...rapControl.pdf
turn over binding: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-35685-1.htm
binding roller rx bottle: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-128725-1.htm
postage template: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-133823-1.htm
Leah Day thread info ref: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-135497-1.htm
place for swapping cutter blades out: http://www.lpsharp.com/
ismacs attachment info : http://www.ismacs.net/newhome/manual...ttachments.pdf
1/4 inch seam help: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-89997-1.htm

HOMEMADE QUILT WASH
No need for fabric softener. There is no static cling. You use only 2 tsp per quilt and 2 tbsp for a load of laundry.
Suitable for use with a front load washer.. Mix in an old ice cream bucket or canister:
1 cup Borax
2 cups washing soda
1 cup dry bleach for unbleachables (doesn't hurt the quilt because you only use 2 tsp of this recipe for washing)
1 bar of grated laundry bar soap (Sunlight or Fels Naptha)
Also use 1/4 cup of this formula to soak stained items and ALL the stains will come right out.
HOMEMADE QUILT WASH
No need for fabric softener. There is no static cling. You use only 2 tsp per quilt and 2 tbsp for a load of laundry.
Suitable for use with a front load washer.. Mix in an old ice cream bucket or canister:
1 cup Borax
2 cups washing soda
1 cup dry bleach for unbleachables (doesn't hurt the quilt because you only use 2 tsp of this recipe for washing)
1 bar of grated laundry bar soap (Sunlight or Fels Naptha)
Also use 1/4 cup of this formula to soak stained items and ALL the stains will come right out.
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