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Thread: Frozen quilt

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    Frozen quilt

    Here is another Frozen quilt this one is for my Grandson, I put fleece on the back without any batting so it should be really warm.. This was very easy to quilt with the fleece on the back. The last quilt I made I used fleece on the back I also put batting in it and it was really heavy and really a lot to push through my sewing machine to do the FMQ

    I really like using fleece for my backing, if you haven't tried it yet do give it a try..nice and warm and soft
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    OLAF!!!! I'm a grandma and I have to know these things!! Great job! He is gonna love it!!

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    And I love the snowball block border!!!!
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    Wonderful job!

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    very nicely done!!!
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    Great use of panel and snowball blocks! Cute quilt and if the price of batting doesn't come down, I think fleece will be used for backing some of my quilts also!

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    Wonderful quilt!!! He will love it!!!
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    Very cute.

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    It's adorable and looks so snuggly. Thanks for the info on the fleece too
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    Thanks everyone for your wonderful comments, it always makes me feels so good and inspires me to do even better..

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    Cute! Very nice

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    Nicely done!!
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    Nice way to show off the panel.

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    The snowballs are perfect for that panel. Great job. Beautiful quilt!
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    Too, too cute...love the border of snowball blocks!
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    nicely done... i like your snowball border
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    Cute quilt! He'll love it!

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    That is cute especially with all the stacked "snowballs" around him.
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    I love it, and thanks for the tip about the fleece on the back. I was wondering about that.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    You did a great job! Love the snowball borders.
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    This is absolutely darling! He will love it.
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    I just watched the "Frozen" dvd with my 3 year old Granddaughter and those characters are so cute - even my 7 year old Gandson loves him. The quilt will definitely be loved.

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    Someone is going to be very happy at CHRISTmas time.

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    Beautiful quilting. So talented! I am going to try my first quilt with fleece backing but just straight line quilting.

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