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Thread: Flannel Drunkard's Path

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    Power Poster Jingle's Avatar
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    Beautiful and you did a great job on it. Maybe quilting it before washing kept it from shrinking more than it did?
    I haven't made a flannel quilt for lots of years. Sometime in the 70s when our three kids were young.
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    You did a nice job on your quilt. It looks very inviting -- we are having below zero weather so it would be fought over at my house right now!

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    You excelled in all your "firsts"! Beautiful quilt!
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    nicely done
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    Looks so warm!

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    I really like the way it turned out. I have the same fabric in 5 in. squares. They really go together nicely. Thanks for showing your quilt.
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    I really like the way this quilt pattern looks in flannels! Looks so nice and comfy to snuggle up into.

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    That's my idea of a perfect quilt - I love everything about it - colors, design, quilting ...!

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    Love it! I made a flannel quilt for my son for Christmas with same fabric and he loves it.

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    Wow , what a nice quilt you made. It is lovely.
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