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armywife116
« on: February 08, 2013 11:59:39 AM »

I bought a bunch of ultra cuddle and minky fabrics from someone clearing out her stash. My question (forgot to ask her), I have a solid blue ultra cuddle but how do I know which side is the "right" side? There's one that looks a bit fluffier/more cushiony and the other side is more flat and the fibers look shorter. Making a baby blanket and didn't want to sew it together wrong:/
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« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2013 02:31:40 PM »

The fabric is made this way so you can use a single layer to make a blanket without lining it - both sides are the "right" side in that case. Whenever I've used it with only one side showing, I just pick whichever side I think will look better for the project. The shorter fibers seem more durable looking at the fabric after a couple washes, but they don't feel quite as soft... the fluffier side gets matted together with washing more easily.
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