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Comment by Patty on April 6, 2009 at 1:21pm
Thank you so much Kelly! Yes, I did use a stabilizer. I bought the lightest iron on fusible stabilizer (Pellon) I could find at Hobby Lobby. You can buy (and use) any brand light weight iron on fusible. The reason I use the lightest I can find is that after the top is completed, it is easier for the long arm quilter to quilt. With a medium fusible, the needle tends to gump up and the stitches are very uneven. I have quilted twin size T-shirt quilts on my machine, but the large quilts are sent out to be quilted. I do the binding myself by hand. (I enjoy binding by hand, very relaxing, and the sign the quilt is done!) That is the best part!
If you would like, I can answer any questions you have about quilts I have made.
Again, thank you for the compliments!
Comment by Kelly on April 6, 2009 at 4:54am
I love this! Did you use some kind of stabilizer with this? And if so, what did you use?

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