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    A quilt with a foot pocket?

    Somewhere I read something about a quilt that could be made with a "foot pocket" to tuck your feet in.

    Does anyone
    1)know how to do this? and
    2) have any idea what I'm talking about?

    Thanks so much for helping me to try and make an even cozier quilt for my grand daughter who's temporarily living in Chicago.

    #2
    Re: A quilt with a foot pocket?

    sure, just turn up the last ft of the quilt and sew it on the sides. or if it's a bigger quilt just add a pocket like on a quillow to tuck her feet in. if you really love her, make it big enough to put a rice bag in to keep her toes warm.
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      #3
      Re: A quilt with a foot pocket?

      On my hubbys quilt I will add and extra piece of the backing which will be flannel to the bottom of the quilt as he has requested a foot pocket. It will be a folded over piece of flannel about 15 inches wide by the width of the quilt. It will get bound in on the sides and bottom. Easy peasy
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        #4
        Re: A quilt with a foot pocket?

        I was going to suggest a quillow.
        “What we do for ourselves dies with us. What we do for others and the world, is and remains immortal.”

        ― Albert Pine

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          #5
          Re: A quilt with a foot pocket?

          I often do this on baby quilts to help prevent them kicking off their quilt.
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          Scottie Mom Barb

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            #6
            Re: A quilt with a foot pocket?

            Perhaps you are thinking of a Quillow. The quilt folds into the foot pocket to make a pillow. They are quick and easy to make and there are several You Tube videos on how to make one. Each video has a slightly different take on the project.

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