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Thread: Hint on folding quilts

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    Thank you.

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    Thanks!!

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    good info - thanks

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    Great info! I'm surprised I haven't seen it in any of my many quilting books and magazines. Thanks for sharing!

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    Good info. Thanks!

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    Thanks, great info to have.

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    AMAZING ....thought my family was the only one to keep bringing out "those pictures".
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    Interesting to know. Thanks.... Better to get them all and re-do.

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    Thank you for sharing.!!

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    cool. thanks.

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    good to know Thankyou

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    Great hint. Thanks a lot.

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    Now that is slick.... thanks for sharing

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    Good information, thank you

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    Thank you so very much. I have a quilt my grandmother quilted almost 100 years ago. I just folded it and placed in a zipped bag. Will take it out and refold.

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    What a great idea.. How could I have lived this long and not thought about folding my quilts like this?? Instead I have spent a good deal of time worrying about them being folded too long in the same place!!

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    Thank you :D:D:D

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