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Thread: Speaking of uglies..rescue

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    Poor thing, I am glad you saved her. You will figure out something. I do Like the idea to finish it off for the car or dogs.

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    I love this attitude. Your thoughts are so kind. The little animals having a warm bed will know someone loves them. You will be surprisesd how much better this looks when completed. Good for you for rescuing someones work. This may have been the very best of which they were capable. It is a shame they will never know how much better it will look when you are finished. Please post the results.

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    A lot of that fullness quilts out.

    Cut it into strips and put solid looking fabric between for a strippy quilt?

    Do let us see what you do

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    All quilts looks great in the dark. You could tie it and donate to an animal shelter - then you can save another "not quite perfect" top from dispair......

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    Oh ho. that could definitely be your "ugly" quilt!! good luck.

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    I think since it is so "off" and I can't imagine trying to machine quilt something so bad, I'd buy the thickest batting I could find and tie it. The thick batting will make it all puffy and would be nice and warm and you won't notice all the extra puckers. :)

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