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Thread: Too Much Snow.....then Sew!

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    Super Member SuziC's Avatar
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    I took the snow days and used them as "sew" days. Got three baby quilts ready to go and learn something along the way...the blue patchwork quilt has fleece in the middle for batting and boy is that wonderful to use. I got fleece for 2.00/yd at walmart and tried it out. Fleece is so easy to use when quilting. It doesn't shift or bunch. And for that price i will be getting more :!:
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    Very nice.

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    great job

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    Thanks for letting us know about the fleece batting. I'm all for easy!!!

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    i loe fleece too, the no shifting..i hve used it in my Family reunion wall hangings..

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    those are great

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    Your quilts are adorable.

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    Adorable quilts, and glad to hear about the fleese for batting. I just did a lap quilt, no batting , but fleese as the backing, and I loved it. Seemed so easy to work with , no puckers and shifting. Have you ever tried sweatshirt fleese for batting or backing?

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    Very cheerful quilts. Love the little hearts quilt. Nice work.

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    All are very Cute suzic! Pieced to perfection...

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