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May 31, 2008


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Morgan is such a cool name.. My middle child is Morgan but its a 'he'.. he was going to be Morgan Jane if he was a girl, but got Morgan James for a boy!!! the minkee fabric is lovely tactile for wee ones!



Thanks so much for this. It's an inspired idea. Now I can use that pink minkee that has been languishing in my closet. I had a not so nice minkee experience. You said it so well....one of these things was not like the other!

Tina in Boston

I am looking forward to seeing the finished quilt!


And more minkee advice -- don't wear black while you work with it! :)

Your technique sounds like a great tactic, I'll give it a try. I have made small envelope quilts for babies with minkee on one side and flannel on the other, but the minkee slips a lot. I have been thinking of spray basting it before stitching, and then washing it when done.


I read what you did 3 times but I still don't picture it. When you get done doing the minkee squares post a pic for me please. I use Minkee all the time and it is kind of fussy. I love it for the back of baby quilts.


Thanks for sharing your ideas for working with those difficult fabrics! I'm going to put that sashing idea to work.

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