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Thread: Saskatchewan Rough Riders quilt

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    Saskatchewan Rough Riders quilt

    Here is a fleece quilt I made for my daughters friend who is a big Saskatchewan fan!Name:  saskatchewan quilt.jpg
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    looks great
    Nancy in western NY

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    It is sure to be a big hit. Nothing cozier than a fleece quilt!

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    That is going to be really loved by some fan. Good job.

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    Simple but elegant!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    I bet she loves it! Nice work.
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    That's a great quilt. It will be so warm.
    How did you sew the fleece seams? With a regular seam? If so, is that very bulky? Did you back it with a piece of cotton? I've been thinking of making a pieced fleece quilt but didn't know how to do the seams. I made myself a fleece blanket years ago which I had to piece(I needed king size) I just used a zig-zag stitch and sewed the pieces flat against each other. It's ok but is under other blankets so not seen.
    Sally

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