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    Remember this? I found a better one.

    This was an old quilt I found of my aunts that was in very bad shape. I just found another one in so much better shape. Just wanted to share. Name:  DSCN0801 (640x480).jpg
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    I think I can fix the one below .




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    Does anyone agree? I think I will only have to replace the middle blue strips, right?

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    How do you go about replacing certain things on an old quilt? At the flea market the other day there was one there in the same condition and the lady said it was in really good shape.lol I guess we differed on opinions on that one.
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    Replacing the blue strips should do it!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    On the re-placing would you sew one side of the strip to the quilt through all layers then hand stitch down the remaining sides? Then hand quilt over it?

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    love your avitar

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    Love your aunts quilt and I would definitely repair it! Kelly
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat P View Post
    On the re-placing would you sew one side of the strip to the quilt through all layers then hand stitch down the remaining sides? Then hand quilt over it?
    Yes that was exactly what I was planning on doing.

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