how to soften a new quilt?

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Yes Judy, we make quilts.

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Answered: What is the most popular quilt pattern? Which pattern is the easiest to

quilt patterns go in and out of style, though the log cabin has always been quite popular. when I started quilting I had better results with paper piecing than anyother method.

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Answered: All natural fabric softeners i have 100% cotton shirts that are very

All natural cotton is very stiff but I have found that soaking in baking soda takes the stiffness out. Even vinegar water is good. Fabric softener can help but I prefer the old home remedies. Either of these will take out the fermaldehyde lurking in new clothing.
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Is there a magazine that publishes original quilting projects

I don't think so...That would have to be a giagantic magazine to include the thousands and thousands and thousands of quilt patterns that are out there to purchase (cannot be reproduced without permission) when deciding on which pattern for your next quilt project. www.quilting-tidbits.com

Switching Salts in a water softener.

This depends on your make and model of water softener. Generally, it is fine to change between salt types, however I would highly recommend you switch to sodium anyway. The effects of potassium chloride are largely unknown. Potassium as a mineral from fruits such as bananas and strawberries is a ...

Quilting

Here is a site that offers a Free quilt block pattern, Storm at Sea, from McCall's Quilting online. Hope this helps. www.mccallsquilting.com/qb/pattern_206/index.html jenene www.quilting-tidbits.com

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