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Thread: Thread Basting My Quilt Sandwich for FMQ

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    Another thanks for a great tute. I never thought of adding the flannel to the boards but will now. Again, thanks so much.

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    Great instructions - using MDF for rolling fab would be better than regular boards, as it won't warp - THANKS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vagabondmom
    Another thanks for a great tute. I never thought of adding the flannel to the boards but will now. Again, thanks so much.
    You're welcome! The flannel makes all the difference in the world in holding the quilt top stable on the board when rolling it.

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    I just found your tute in the archives. Thank you so much for sharing this idea. Your directions are very clear and easy to follow. What a wonderful solution for a difficult job!

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    I hope you don't mind. I linked to your tutorial from my blog and borrowed a picture (it redirects here) blog.petitdesignco.com

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    Thanks so much. I must try this. Looks like you can keep it straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nemejia View Post
    I hope you don't mind. I linked to your tutorial from my blog and borrowed a picture (it redirects here) blog.petitdesignco.com
    You are welcome to use it; thanks for letting me know!
    Wendy

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    Thank you so much for the tutorial and the excellent photos with the descriptions. I have been searching for a method to pin my quilts without getting down on the floor, and you have ended my search.

    amh
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    This is the way to go!!!!! I have tried it, shared it, and love it!

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    Thank you so much for your directions and photos. I'm going to try this on my next quilt.

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