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    Yeah, I thought about that. Perhaps if I did a few feet then cut and repeat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wamyteipen View Post
    Yeah, I thought about that. Perhaps if I did a few feet then cut and repeat.
    You could tack down the area with some quilt loops or a basting stitch. Or you could try just shaking the down away from the area you are sewing.

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    I've been using a bit of polarfleece with a foot pocket to keep it where it should. Can be a bit bulky but is fairly light. Mind you I'm in moderate temps.
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