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custom stole of muslin with children's handprints

by Sara
(Woodbridge, VA, USA)

What special tips can you give me for working with muslin vs. satin, after children's handprints have been "painted" on the muslin? As a quilter, I plan to line the stole with quilt batting, then hand- or machine-quilt around the handprints.

I'll send a pic after it's done, by the way.

Thank you.

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May 29, 2010
Muslin Should be Just as Easy as Satin
by: Lynne Green

I would think muslin would be just as easy as satin to use for the lining. It shouldn't be too difficult to work with.

You will still have to hand-stitch it around the edges, and it should be fine. Since you are a quilter, I suspect this won't be a problem for you.

Yes, by all means, send in a picture. We'd love to see it.

Thank you so much for writing, and God bless you in your efforts.

Lynne Green

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