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Thread: Blue jean and Red Bandana quilt ?

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    My Grandson wants a jean and bandana quilt. Has anyone made one? If so could I see a picture? Thank you!

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    Sounds adorable!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gigi4419
    My Grandson wants a jean and bandana quilt. Has anyone made one? If so could I see a picture? Thank you!
    If you type "Blue jean quilt" in the search feature, you find several of them. This one is really cool and there is also a tutorial for it.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-32948-1.htm

    http://www.how-to-quilt.com/articles...eans-quilt.php

    And if you need red bandana fabric, pm me I have 2-3 yards of it!!

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    Does he want a rag quilt? Either way, think it's a great idea. I wish I knew where my bandana fabric is hiding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose
    Does he want a rag quilt? Either way, think it's a great idea. I wish I knew where my bandana fabric is hiding.
    Do you want some?

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    A lady in my Church made one and it was so cute. She used one of the Levi pockets in the middle and then folded and tucked an extra bandana in the pocket. She also used orange thread for the quilting on the jeans part to look like Levi stitching.

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    Thanks for the ideas! Hope my machine can handle blue jean material. Maybe I better purchase several pkgs. iof needles!

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    I have a few yards of light-weight denim if you are interested. More like shirt weight than jeans weight.

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