Hi Mona, there is a teaching about backings by John Flynn that should be helpful for you.
Quilt Backing Info by John Flynn (Download)
The traditional method is to use two lengths (fabric the length of the quilt). Split one in half lengthwise, then sew a half to each side of the uncut length. This results in the back having two seams. Traditionally a single seam
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Two Swedes from Minnesota, Sven & Ole, walk into a pet shop near Brainerd.
They head to the bird section and Sven says to Ole, "Dat's dem."
The owner comes over and asks if he can help them.
"Yah sure, ve'll take four of dem dere little budgies in dat cage up dere," says Sven.
The owner puts the budgies in a paper bag. Ole and Sven pay for the birds, leave the shop, get into Sven's pick-up and drive to the top of some big
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