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Carol Dodge13/09/2015 18:54:27
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Hi all,

Got a question to ask when using fleece as a backing would you still quilt the front to it as you do with wadding and backing, or do you just stitch the fleece to the front via a binding?

Thanks

Carol

Edited By Carol Dodge on 13/09/2015 18:55:11

Glenda F13/09/2015 20:48:52
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I would still quilt it as normal then put the binding round

Glenda

Irene B13/09/2015 20:50:40
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Hi Carol,

You would quilt the front to the fleece and then bind it in your favourite way.

Irene rose

Carol Dodge13/09/2015 20:58:26
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Thanks Glenda and Irene.

Never used fleece for backing before thought I would give it a go.

quilt and patch15/09/2015 16:27:56
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I sew them inside out first then turn through and sew a zigzag around the edge,then hand quilt in places (dependant on size as to how much) but you do really need to hold the layers together as you would a 'normal' quilt. Make lovely baby ones with fat quarter fabric and fat quarter fleece saves binding!

Marian C17/09/2015 20:59:52
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I used fleece as a backing on this quilt. I cut the fleece larger than the top then quilted. Then I trimmed the fleece to 1/2 to 3/4 inch all round and folded to the front, then zigzagged all the way around, folding the corners into a mitre.

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Carol Dodge17/09/2015 21:19:31
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Thanks Liz and Marian.

Good ideas.

Katy18/09/2015 11:18:00
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I've just posted about fleece in quilt-as-you-go in the new projects thread, but I may as well repeat myself here. I've never used fleece in quilt as you go, but I think the stretch might be a bit of a problem, so if you are considering doing that, cut the fleece backing pieces larger than you need, and trim after quilting.

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