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Thread: Finished finally

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    Member fudge and furs's Avatar
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    My D9P rag quilt. It was really fun making it. Will probably do another one sometime soon
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    Great job! Your avatar is adorable!

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    Very nice. I really like the colors. Great job.

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    You avatar is totally adorable.

    The quilt is wonderful. I love the colors. And I love raggies
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    Great job! Your avatar is adorable!

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    Very pretty.

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    Very nice ;-)

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    I was wondering if this pattern could be made into a raggy. You convinced me it can!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnsim
    I was wondering if this pattern could be made into a raggy. You convinced me it can!
    It sure can but I had to make certain changes.
    I did not use batting but a very stable cotton.
    Also I cut the cotton the same size as the completed block. Thus the white in the snipping part. I just wanted some definition between blocks. You will also see that I framed each panel. The neat part is that I was able to do some Ditch stitching on each panel before I put it all together. The backing for each panel is the same at the frame color. Many possibilities. Quilters choice.
    I then tied in the center of each square. Thanks for your comment. Have fun.

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    Good job

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    Very nice!

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