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Thread: scrappy fleece receiving blanket

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    Senior Member key4unc's Avatar
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    That's darling. Great use of your scraps.

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    I love this quilt. I found Nancy Cornwalls books, but could you please tell me which book this is in? She has so many. Do you own many of her books? I love working with fleece and love this look

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    A very pretty little quilt.
    God Bless you all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miniqlt View Post
    I love this quilt. I found Nancy Cornwalls books, but could you please tell me which book this is in? She has so many. Do you own many of her books? I love working with fleece and love this look
    It's in More Polar Magic--Expanded Fleece Techniques. p.25 she describes the overlapping and p. 124 she has a scrappy blanket of square blocks. It's the only book I have of hers--I found it at my guild's book sale.
    Glad you like my blanket! Thanks!

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    Could you do this by using some minkee 5" squares in a few places or would it not hold up. I have some pretty pink./purple/white fleece and found some minkee squares i would like to incoporate into it? Or would I be better off to just sew the minkee and fleece together and put the rest of the fleece on the back for backing as I had bought enough fleece for the backs ?
    Thanks as I have not sewn with minkee yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by binkister View Post
    Could you do this by using some minkee 5" squares in a few places or would it not hold up. I have some pretty pink./purple/white fleece and found some minkee squares i would like to incoporate into it? Or would I be better off to just sew the minkee and fleece together and put the rest of the fleece on the back for backing as I had bought enough fleece for the backs ?
    Thanks as I have not sewn with minkee yet.
    I have minky scraps I'd like to use as well. The problem is that minky shreds; the fleece can be cut along it's edges and will not shred. I'd love to hear some ideas for using minky scraps.

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    very cute-love the little ducks!

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