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Thread: Where do you sandwich "big" quilts

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    Senior Member JackieG's Avatar
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    On a tile floor, but it hurts!

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    You can use 4'x8' sound-suppression board from Home Depot(CHEAP). Have them precut it to your ceiling height. Two sheets makes an 8'x8' quilt wall. Tack the boards up with a few #6 nails, then cover it with an 8'x8' Warm & White Batting. It will take any size pin you want to use. I use the safety pins to hold the sandwich together. Slowly remove the quilt from the wall from the bottom up and release any pins that caught the W&W as you go along.

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    Several of us stay after Guild, move tables together to sandwich.

    Also our library and local quilt shop have tables that we can use.

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