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Sunday, February 28, 2010


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I love the back. In fact I think I like it better than the front. LOL! I'm going to have to re-think some of the backs for my quilts.


Now I totally understand the fuss!
Thumbs up! <3


I LOVE the improv quilt front and the back, but mostly the front. So cool. Now I need to go check out yesterday's fabric and see what all the fuss was about. :o)
I also love fuss.


I really like that closing quote and am going to type it in big letters and post it next to my computer! I have plenty of quilts that need backing so maybe one of them could become a "Back Art Challenge". When I first saw quilts that had backings like this, I wasn't sure I liked it but like so many things, it kinda "grows" on you. :-)

The Army of Four

I almost shorted out my keyboard, drooling over the cupcakes... LOL!

Catherine Zaring

Downloaded both patterns, Pat. Thanks!!


A guild speaker once said ... "backing is like fancy underwear - no one but you knows it's there but it sure makes you feel good!"

How about a flickr group for "backs?"


Well Pat, I'm with you on this one. If it's the back, why fuss. Use it up, get rid of it in a good way. I often use muslin for the back of a wall hanging. why not? No one is supposed to touch quilts that aren't theirs so who would have the nerve to peek at the back. Now a bed quilt or lap quilt does need some interest for the back. JMNSHO

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