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Thread: Finished my first rag quilt

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    Love your quilt, I didn't think you would carry your design onto the back as well, bravo! I always use batting, poly batting as it is so light weight. I also learned that poly batting won't get permanent wrinkles when folded and or stored. I really like your color palette, fall colors but strong enough to be masculine.

    A beautiful quilt - by the way I did one with three layers, too heavy, two layers, flabby, with poly batting, just right.
    Though I quilt, I am ready to order 4 quilts from you as I have two sets of teen twins to make new quilts for as the old ones are too small for them now. Thank you for showing us what can be done in the right hands with flannel!

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    Looks to me like you got back in the swing of it real good. It's so so pretty. I want it. I want it.
    JuneBillie - In memory of my dear mother June, and my dear mother in law Billie.
    I am thankful for this day My name - Susan

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    Well, you're certainly back in the swing of quilting! Love your rag quilt.
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    that looks like a very cozy quilt. I really like it. I am sure it will be just the thing on a chilly evening.

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    Wow! A really fresh look at rag quilts. The design element that the frayed edges give is great!

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    I think you did an awesome job. I really like how it looks like a traditional quilt on the back.
    Sherri

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    Think that is the prettiest rag quilt I've ever seen. Thanks so much for sharing.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    I love your rag quilt. It looks so neat and orderly compared to mine which usually look pretty ragged

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    Cyn: Your avatar disagrees.

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    I have a soft spot for rag quilts because that's how I started quilting. I bet you're loving the extra length!

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