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Thread: Handling unwashed fabric

  1. #26

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    When I wash small pieces of fabric I always put them in mesh laundry bags to keep them together. I also use them for many other things great for stockings which I never put in a dryer and other item of small clothing . I have the bags in everal sizes.\Martha P

  2. #27

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    I also use sizing before cutting. I was shown in Beaumont at the Sew What Store how much nicer the blocks look when tey are well pressed and have a good bit of spray starch or sizing.
    Martha P

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    For some reason I missed the info on the chat room. GREAT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :D
    Martha P

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    Martha, the chat schedule has changed from my previous post. You can access the schedule on the Main page. Any changes will appear there. Hope to chat with you soon.

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    I have to confess I have NEVER washed any fabric before making a quilt. Half the pleasure to me is handling new fabric. So far, had no problems with this method.

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