Okay. I bought a quilt on line, I knew it was tied and I expected it to be heavy from the description.
BUT, when a dishwasher sized box showed up on the porch I blamed Dave for buying something crazy. Imagine my surprise when I discovered a quilt in that box!
It's a lovely quilt, and in very good condition. It's tied and I think stuffed with wool since it weighs at least 15 lbs. If not more.
Now, here's the problem. This thing is so big I cannot store it. You cannot fold it more than twice - so it cannot hang on a rod or go in the quilt cabinet. It has been over my baby gate for the entire six weeks since I bought it.
But I cannot store it. For real.
So I have kind of an itch to take it apart, remove that batting, use regular quilt batting and redo it.
HOWEVER, I never do that to a perfectly good quilt! If it's wrecked, sure. But this is not wrecked.
I could sell it again, but oh boy, shipping it? Ugh.
So, take it apart? Sell it?
It cannot stay hanging over the baby gate. It's going to fade there, or get wrecked by dirty fingers. Plus, it is totally in my way.