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    Senior Member Cannibal's Avatar
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    If my KAQ wasn't so darn ugly (totally my fault), I'd love it. It's a little heavier than I want to carry on a thru, but it really is a nice quilt. I haven't had to opportunity to really test it (the whole hot in Florida thing), but for the cost of material and time to build- I think it's a great deal. Can't remember what it cost material wise, but I think it was around $65. Then the trip back to the store to buy pins. Lots and lots of pins!

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    Senior Member NCPatrick's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyBob58 View Post
    You know, I don't hear much about the KAQ. But that seems like a nice, and cost effective, option to me in really soggy country. Especially maybe with the new Climashield insulation?

    Bill
    Blackbishop351, who makes what used to be the KAQ (now called the Potomac), is very busy with his new job and so doesn't frequent this site much lately. If you're interested in one, I think you could still PM him if you want to have one made for you. My .02.


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