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How to Wash a Handmade Quilt

by Neil Greenlees
You have decided it is time to give the handmade quilt you purchased last season its first wash -- do so with care. A new handmade quilt will become a family heirloom and deserves to be treated with respect. A handmade quilt that already is a family heirloom requires even more care, so that you can ...
Laura S. :)
Laura S. :) • 1 year ago

How to Wash a Handmade Quilt

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