Storing Quilts

Putting your quilts in a pillowcase is a great way to store your quilts.

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Need a spiffy way to store your favorite quilts? How about this idea from Alex Anderson—piece leftover fabric from the quilt into a long strip then stitch to the top of the pillowcase, leaving ends that extend from the case. Store the quilt inside the pillowcase and fasten it by tying the extending ends of the strip into a bow.

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