• Jeri Niksich

    With the different ways the (?nap?) is on the Cuddle fabrics, does it make a difference in the way that I should lay the 2 pieces (right sides facing) together to sew them on the diagonal in joining them into the 1 long strip (like when making Continuous binding). Not sure if I’m explaining it correctly but, I seen another of your awesome video’s about rubbing your hand forward vs. Backwards on Cuddle fabric and there being a difference in the lay of the fabrics. Please help, I’m so afraid of having the fabric lay in the opposite directions and having to clean up Cuddle Poofs again lol. Swore after using Cuddle fabric years ago that I’d never use it again due to the Poof everywhere factor but here you are making me want to use it again.
    Jeri Oldtisme@aol.com

    • MissouriQuiltCo

      Hi Disqus,

      Since you are concerned, I do suggest that you mark each of the strips (with a large pin) to show which end is ‘top’, and then sew each top to the bottom of the next strip’s bottom, so that the nap is consistent.
      I hope this helps Disqus, please let us know if you have anymore questions.
      Sincerely,
      Beth Vegiard
      Customer Service
      Missouri Star Quilt Co.


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    • MissouriQuiltCo

      Hi Disqus,

      Since you are concerned, I do suggest that you mark each of the strips (with a large pin) to show which end is ‘top’, and then sew each top to the bottom of the next strip’s bottom, so that the nap is consistent.
      I hope this helps Disqus, please let us know if you have anymore questions.
      Sincerely,
      Beth Vegiard
      Customer Service
      Missouri Star Quilt Co.


      To rate this answer or view ticket history please follow the link: https://msqc.ladesk.com/ticket_5sPwAosz94TRo5D6