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  • auntiemern
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    Gloria, you can't imagine how excited I am that you quilted it. I'm gonna love it for sure.

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  • kensington
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    Mine's all done! I'm excited. I quilted it myself! Ha! You may toss it back, but I like it!

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  • auntiemern
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    I use batting in all of my PICU quilts. Pretty sure every one I have ever gotten had batting as well. If you are worried about bulk, use warm and white or warm and natural, as they are thinner than poly batting, with less fluff.

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  • K. McEuen
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    I've always added batting to my NICU quilts, even the ones that were flannel, front and back. I look at it as hospitals are normally really cold.

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  • kensington
    started a topic backing vs batting?

    backing vs batting?

    Marilyn or anyone in the group, If you back your quilt with flannel, do you still use batting inside? The flannel is so nice and soft, but I wonder will it be warm enough? Then again, I don't want it to be too bulky.

    What way you experienced PICU blanket makers?
PICU Quilts in Honor of Gabe

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This group is to make quilts for me to take to Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital twice a year, in honor of my grand son. The goal is 50 every 6 months. We also take pillow cases
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