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  1. Does anyone happen to have a paper copy of JoAnn Hoffman's "angel wings" baby wholecloth pattern they could part with?
  2. colored wholecloth

    I would like to hand quilt a whole clothe in a colored fabric. I want a pre marked quilt in a mustard or blue color. any one know of a company pre printing on colored fabric. Can only find white and natural.
  3. Bought 2 wholecloth kits from ML Designs. I am only using the markings as guide so, I have been playing with my IQ, combining different patterns from library. Hobbs Wool & Hobbs 80/20, Premo soft Filtec thread & prewound bobbins. I have to do some frogging & reload the quilt to finish the other two borders and add more stitching & more pebbling & finish the feathers. Size is approximately 60x60.
  4. I just finished this 84" x 102" (finished size) preprinted wholecloth Quilt. I used the Soft Soft High Loft 1/2" loft poly batting by the warm company. It gives great definition and was super nice to quilt.
  5. Getting into some great wholecloth designs. A couple of instructors extradonnaire, namely Helen and Shirley, have advised to starch, starch, starch to death a wholecloth design to minimize the amount of movement and relailgnment when quilting a wholecloth (did I get this right Helen and Shirley?). Rather than email them privately, I have decided to open this topic to discussion. When thinking this through, I usually float my tops and batting, but if equal tension and heavy starch is in order, do it not seen more reasonable to tension the quilt top (at the bottom after basting the top to the backing) to provide more equal tension throughout as well as starch this top heavily? Your thoughts and advice are most appreciated. Thanks in advance! Sharon Prescott, AZ