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Crib Panel

Posted by stitcheasy2003 (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 23, 07 at 10:25

Has anyone ever sewn together a pre printed crib size panel? The crib panels you get in the store. Batting, back fabric. My friend gave me a crib panel and wants me to sew it for her. Putting in batting , and flannel for the back. Crib panel is cotton.
Is flannel a good choice for the back?
How do you sew your crib panel together? right sides tog? stitch some of the design with a regular straight hold it tog. right side up????? thank you

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RE: Crib Panel

I've made lots of those over the years.This is the way i did it.Lay down batting,next crib panel right side up,then backing(and yes flannel is good for these),backing goes wrong side up so that the right side of the panel and the right side of the backing are against each other.Starting in the middle of one end,sew all 3 layers together leaving an opening to turn right side out.Turn right side out and sew up the opening.You can then echo stitch(about 1/4") around the picture/objects on the panel.It's easy,just sounds like a lot of steps when it's written down.Good luck and let us see it when you're done.

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