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rosemary Rosenfeld10/12/2018 18:31:41
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Hi All...I have decided that I have to get rid of some "stu​ff"....and my first anyone who can make use of it is some mostly plain fleece....biggish pieces but NOT large enough for backing quilts! It is all the long pieces left from my own quilt backing! I thought it would make scarves and hats....but it hasn't so far! I will post it in return for a donation to lend with just email me or send a pm! ..grey...and a bit of patterned pink! Rx

Jayne11/12/2018 22:48:26
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Hi Rosemary,

I have plenty of fabric but a suggestion to you. Neo-natal units / Children's Hospitals take quilts from FQ size upwards, so if the fleece is big enough for a FQ they would be ideal for practicing FMQ with a useable end product.

Jayne x

Jacissima20/01/2019 11:29:07
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Hello Rosemary, Project Linus UK coordinators usually provide neonatal quilts measuring 20” x 16”. Fleece is fine on the back as they are used on top of the little closed cribs to shield the baby from the light. They then go home with the babies for the memory box. Aargh...

rosemary Rosenfeld20/01/2019 13:28:54
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Thanks for that! Best Rosemary

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