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Tammers1 posted on Mon, Jun 8 2015 1:46 PM

New to the page, and just did my first machine quilted quilt...no frustrations till now :-(  Looking for advice on how to fix the flub I made to my backing (blue), which I intended to use for my fold over binding.  As you can see from in profile picture I took a cut to it while trimming away the excess batting.  The cut runs right along the edge of the top of my quilt.....DANG IT!  Any advice?

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Thanks in advance!

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Kay replied on Sat, Jul 11 2015 11:43 PM

The cut doesn't look to long into the fabric. ( My take looking at the picture) This happened to me when I first started and the only thing I can remember doing to fix this I placed a small piece of fabric under the tear with heat 'n  bond on it, then I carefully laid the accident cut on top(making sure the seams were together and then I put the iron on it. That held it enough to finish the quilt and when the quilt was finished, you couldn't find where the tear even existed. I would think you could try a little fabric glue to bond the fabric back together and get the same result. I promise you that once the quilt is finished, you'll have a hard time finding the tear.  If you can see the picture I posted, this is my quilt that had my "boo boo". It made me sick but it worked out fine and I am proud of my work. Good luck! This is my first time on the massage board and I saw no one had answered your question. If you want you can reach me on Facebook under Kay Deason Klein or my email is   akk_nana@yahoo.com   I would love to have a quilting friend. 

 

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Hey, just found this ....... I would do what Kay suggests, this happened to me too and I did the same thing as Kay.... when the quilt is done only you are going to know.

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