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Thread: Interesting way of making coverlets (without batting)

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    Interesting way of making coverlets (without batting)

    Just thought I'd post it here. If you ever need to make a coverlet without batting.
    This is just one layer.
    http://sonnetofthemoon.blogspot.com/...al-bojagi.html

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    Awesome! Thanks! It has been a problem wanting to cover our bed with that darn extra deep mattress, and this coverlet idea fits the bill. I am thinking in terms of using my collection of batiks.....

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    Than is pretty interesting. I will try that with some of my larger pieces of scraps. Thanks for posting that link.

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    fascinating. I have to try this. Thank you

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    That's pretty cool. Makes me want to try it. Sure would be easier to make a king size that way than trying to feed a quilt sandwich thru the harp of the machine. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for posting. I like the way the pieces are finished and no seams to show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toverly View Post
    That's pretty cool. Makes me want to try it. Sure would be easier to make a king size that way than trying to feed a quilt sandwich thru the harp of the machine. Thanks for sharing.
    That sure would be an easy way to make when doing a king size. Also in place of doing a duvet cover that my GD would like.

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    That is Very cool! Thanks for posting.
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 04-19-2019 at 06:15 AM. Reason: shouting/all caps

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    I also saw a cute tablerunner. I need to replace the one I made for Christmas!

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