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Thread: Just a bit of my shower curtain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donna in Mo
    Did you actually quilt it, with batting? Or is it just the quilt top?

    Donna in Mo--I used a very lightweight flannel in the middle-It helps give stability to the curtain and FMQ on my sewing machine.

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    That is so cool. I will have to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad
    Have you ever tried to take a pic of your bathroom? Well this is all I could get of my shower curtain. 9 patch squares are nine inch finished, set on point. Used flannel as a batting and meander machine quilted in large setting squares and triangles as well as yellow 9 patch squares. Rest of motif in bath is my Dutch Delft accessories.
    I love this idea...may i borrow it?

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    Of course! On the first page are directions--sort of. It's a 9 inch 9P so strips were 3.5" cuts for quick piecing. There are 30 9P blocks set on point alternated with 9" squares. First border is 1.75" cut/ second border 2.75" cut. Lightwt flannel (really cheap Walmart type) in the middle with a standard cotton backing.

    Good luck and share with us when you get it done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad
    Of course! On the first page are directions--sort of. It's a 9 inch 9P so strips were 3.5" cuts for quick piecing. There are 30 9P blocks set on point alternated with 9" squares. First border is 1.75" cut/ second border 2.75" cut. Lightwt flannel (really cheap Walmart type) in the middle with a standard cotton backing.

    Good luck and share with us when you get it done!
    thank-you so much :D

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