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Thread: How do you all keep your sandwiches together tightly??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam B
    I always use basting spray when I do wall hangings and lap throws or baby blankets. That helps. On placemats and table runners, I use fusible fleece rather than batting. I send twins and larger out to be long-armed.
    I do exactly the same!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kay carlson
    This weekend I tried Sharon Shambler's method. No taping required http://www.plentifulpennies.com/2010/07/basting.html I'm now a convert :) Probably over the top for a table runner - but great for wall, lap, or bed quilts.
    I just made a table runner using Sharon Shambles's method as mentioned by Kiwiquilter.

    Since I enjoy handwork, the tailor basting type stitch was quick and easy. The results were above and beyond my expectations. I, too, am a convert to this method. :-) With my asthma, I am unable to use the basting sprays. :-([/quote]

    Kay, I just went to Sharon's site but cannot find where to order her tute for basting together a quilt sandwich. It says plainly that we cannot copy her pages, etc. Any ideas? Thanks

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