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Thread: Kitty Baby Quilt PLEASE HELP!

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    Cute kids quilt!!! I would SID too...easy and will look very nice with the blue thread suggestion :D :D :D

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    Cute quilt. I love the fabric. I would stitch in the ditch.

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    Yep - cute quilt and it's a perfect candidate for SID.

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    I too love this fabric.. Your quilt came out beautiful. As far as quilting... I'd go with whatever you feel more comfortable with..

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    Oh, that is so cute!!

    Kyia

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    I agree with the rest of the suggestions except for one......
    SEND IT TO ME WHEN IT"S DONE! :)

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    Sorry kiddo, I'm not help in the HELP department as I tie all my blankets, but I sure do love your quilt.
    I'm sure whatever you do, it'll be
    puuurrr-fect :wink:

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    Very nice! I love that kitty print & it seems that Emile approves as well :wink:
    Yes, I agree with SID for the quilting too.
    :thumbup:

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    Maybe sew the ends before washing fabric next time? I think the extra step saves me fabric in the long run. Some fabrics don't ravel at all - how do they do that? - and others have raveled a lot for me - especially when the end was sort of biasy.

    I know it's an extra step, but it sure minimizes raveling and those strings and tangles. Ask me how I know this :-|

    It's a cute quilt.

    How is cat doing now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray
    Maybe sew the ends before washing fabric next time? I think the extra step saves me fabric in the long run. Some fabrics don't ravel at all - how do they do that? - and others have raveled a lot for me - especially when the end was sort of biasy.

    I know it's an extra step, but it sure minimizes raveling and those strings and tangles. Ask me how I know this :-|

    It's a cute quilt.

    How is cat doing now?
    I used to serge everything before I washed it -- need to get back into that habit! Doesn't take much time to do it and keeps all that raveling down to nothing!! But you know, sometimes you just don't want to take the time :oops: :oops:

    Kitty is fine. Thanks so much for asking! He was racing around the house this morning liked a crazy thing. He does that every morning for about 10 minutes and I call it his exercise period. Then he pretty much sleeps the rest of the day if he's not following me around -- what a life! :lol: :lol:


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