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    Missouri Star

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    Default How to Tuck Fold a Quilt for gift giving

    Saw this tutorial and thought i would share.

    http://627handworks.com/2013/08/how-...ed-quilt-fold/

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: How to Tuck Fold a Quilt for gift giving

    Will definitely try this - I always struggle with making them look good when folded.

    TFS!!
    Donna

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    Default Re: How to Tuck Fold a Quilt for gift giving

    Very nice! I'm always having trouble folding a quilt nicely too. Thank you for sharing
    Theda

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    Default Re: How to Tuck Fold a Quilt for gift giving

    Thanks so much for sharing. It is not silly--it is an awesome way to fold a quilt.

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    Default Re: How to Tuck Fold a Quilt for gift giving

    When I am gifting a quilt I fold it in half lengthwise, then fold over again, so I have a very long narrow piece. Then I fold one end over the from edge to edge, then I start rolling it from the edges to the folded center. Make a very nice log shape then tie it in the middle with a fabric strip and make a bow. They store very well standing on end, I make a lot of these for Child and Family Service moms and kids, and also my family.

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