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  • Re: Bleeding fabrics

    Shirley, If a bleed-over stain will not come out, you could try to fill that area with some fancy stitches where bleed-over has occurred or replace the offending fabric portion of the applique. I know a lady who was so upset when one of her quilts bled, that she took out all the blocks (including the quilting) that bled -- a real pain -- don't know
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Decoratenu on Thu, May 16 2013
  • How can I figure out what to charge someone for hand quilting?

    I belong to a hand quilting group & a friend has asked us to hand quilt a quilt for her. This is the first time in 10 years that this has happened, as we normally just go around w/in our own group. The top, dating from the 1940's, is in pretty good condition (mostly hand-pieced by a deceased relative), and she felt would be more 'authentic'
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Decoratenu on Thu, May 16 2013
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