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Cheater quilt
This is one piece of fabric, the winner of the Spoonflower cheater fabric
Posted by Mary on October 21, 2010 Full Size|

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3 Comments

Mary
8:42 AM on October 22, 2010 
Traci Turchin says...
No way! That is so cool! I love simple patchwork like this but that's amazing that it's just one piece! Have you had issues with fading? I really want to get some Macaroni Love Story but have seen nightmare pictures with tons and tons of fading and don't want to drop ridiculous sums of money on something that isn't built to last...


Hi Traci, I washed this before I took the photos and it did fine. I gave it to my sister-in-law who is having a baby any day now. I will check back with her as she washes it over and over. I think in a quilt, a little fading would be OK. Also, this is a new fabric that Spoonflower is using to help prevent fading. The fabric is here: http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/275624 and can still be ordered if anyone is interested.
Melissa Richie
4:22 AM on October 22, 2010 
Haha! That's great! Cheating has it's place, that's for sure!
It's really bright and fun. Heck, even I could finish a quilt like that! :o)
Traci
2:06 AM on October 22, 2010 
No way! That is so cool! I love simple patchwork like this but that's amazing that it's just one piece! Have you had issues with fading? I really want to get some Macaroni Love Story but have seen nightmare pictures with tons and tons of fading and don't want to drop ridiculous sums of money on something that isn't built to last...

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