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February 12th, 2013, 02:33 PM
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Those are awesome Jen!! I may pick your brain on how you make them puffy. I made one for DH.. but It was only double layer (front and back) with nothing in the middle because I couldn't figure it out. LOL
Thanks hun! AH yes, i had this wonder at first too. Some I have made just as a quilt/duvet cover so just with back and front. The ones in the photos I used wadding on the inside - either a single or double layer. I get it from a local fabric store and is actually quite inexpensive - this is kind of what it looks like (excuse the random googled website)
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February 12th, 2013, 06:05 PM
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i think you need cotton badding (sp?) its like sheets of puffy stuff for the insides of blankets.

I made a coffee cup cozy last night from fabric i bought at goodwill---i wish I could figure out how to do pics on here to show you!

-----i mead ditto what Jen said! heehee!

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February 12th, 2013, 08:28 PM
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yeah my aunt uses rolls for hers, but she machine quilts with two large pieces of fabric being stitched together with the decoration of stitches... I'm not even sure if that makes sense to anybody but me. LOL.

I hand quilt, which is no big deal... just not sure how to keep the inside attached so you can't pull it apart. I'll have to draw a picture or something to make more sense.
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February 13th, 2013, 08:38 AM
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To keep the inside attached to one of the sides - I add a couple of stitches by hand at the end along the seams on the front (being careful not to catch in the backing). That seems to suffice for me. hoep that makes sense!

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