Sandwiched, Stitched, Turned and Quilted

This went together fast - a bit over an hour.  Baby quilt for St. Anne's.  Did a wide meander over it. Flannel on back; fabric on front.
The quilting mojo is coming back even though it is 108 outside right now.  Heard from my cousin - no more rain or water in the house.  Harvey is east of them now. Praise be!

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  1. that was done quickly, good to read the mojo is back and good news re your cousin too what a terrible disaster the hurricane has been

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  2. Yikes--I don't think I could function in 180 degree heat! Your little quilt is so sweet!

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  3. Hi,
    I don't know if I would have any quilting mojo with 108 temps either! WOW! I am so glad to hear that your cousin doing better after the hurricane. I have sent many prayers for everyone in that area. ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. Great that your mojo is back - a lovely little quilt is always a good result!

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  5. Angie, did you use a batting also? It looks fairly puffy in the picture. This is not a method I'm normally successful at--bagging, is it called?, and wonder how you keep the layers from shifting while you quilt it?

    Curious minds want to know!

    Thanks, Julie

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