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Thread: MINKI...front and back

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    Senior Member twinsister2's Avatar
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    MINKI...front and back

    I usually love quilting on minki. I forgot how heavy it gets when both sides of a quilt are minki though! As I quilted this project...the quilting got "lost" and it was like quilting in the dark...literally.. At least you can see the designs on the backside. It's about a twin Size and weighs a ton!
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    Very pretty! Love minky! So soft, but such a pain Great job

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    Never quilted on miniy yet. You did a good job.

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    wonderful work. I have not tried any Minki yet... but I've heard it is a challenge to work with.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Very pretty. I have never worked with Minky because I have heard so many horror stories about it. lol Yours looks really good. Very pretty quilting

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    Great job, what a challenge that quilt must have been! I only used Minky once and on one side, can't imagine double sided with it!
    I just want to spend the rest of my life laughing.

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    very pretty.. that has got to be one snuggly quilt great job

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    Congratulations on perciviering....that must have been a super challenge, but it looks great.....hope it's going to a "cold" house as it will be warm, but also very, very cuddly.....

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    I love your quilt. Very pretty.
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    Beautiful! It will be so warm and cozy on those cold days!

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    I've never tried using Minky on both sides. Your quilting is good.

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    You are so ambitious quilting on minkee. One of these days I may try it again. So far I have stuck with flannel. Your quilting looks really good and love the simple design.

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    Nice quilt! Haven't tried working with minky yet.

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    Turned out great...

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    Gorgeous
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    beautiful job, not worked with it yet, might need to try my luck after seeing yours

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