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Thread: My Log Cabin Finished

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    Super Member hudgoddess's Avatar
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    Nice! I want an INNOVA when I grow up! And quit apologizing for your quilt! It's beautiful!
    Use a color catcher the next time you wash it and you might get rid of the old color run-it's worth a try!

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    I used color catchers with all 1st time washings of my quilts. This is the first time I ever had bleeding. I've been told though that if I continue to use the color catchers for this quilt, the bleeding might come out so there's still hope. I'm now making pillow shams for her bed. Mother is loving her new bed quilt.

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    Senior Member sassyg's Avatar
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    There's nothing to say but WOW!!!

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    Super Member Peggy Jeanne's Avatar
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    It turned out beautiful! If the color bled, it doesn't show. Your mom is wonderful!

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