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Thread: My Greens are fading

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    Super Member SharonC's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathe
    bumping this thread about fading fabric
    Not sure what "bumping" meant?

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    bumping = moving the thread back to the front or top of the page


    I keep mine in wicker baskets, I keep the shade pulled when it's really bright because of the machine being in front of the window so I can see.
    I am wondering about all the quilt hangings and quilts on the beds...do they all fade equally, is it predominant in one manufacturer over another, and why haven't they found anything to keep it from fading that way?

    Cathe, I'm in awe of your memory! You remember articles like that from back then? I can't remember to eat and you remember this kind of detail? WOW!!!

    Hugs,
    Sharon

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    I'm sorry to hear about your greens and your quilt, how disappointing!

    I keep my fabric on a bookshelf, it receives the light of the room from the window, but not direct sunlight. Is this a problem?


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