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Thread: I-Spy Rag Quilts - FOUR done!

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    Very cute! They will love them.

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    Really great job, love them!!!!

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    Great idea for rag quilts! Love your fabric and color choices. Thanks for the tips on reinforcing the joining seems and the outer seam. I've made three rag quilts but haven't heard of any problems with them yet. Maybe their owners are too polite to mention it. Thanks for sharing.
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    Oh what a cute idea. My grand kids would love one of those. Thanks for sharing.

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    The quilts are really cute!

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    Fun quilts! I still need to try a rag quilt - your's are great. The grandkids will love them
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    Super rag quilts! Super ISpys!
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    Adorable and aren't you one to be thinking ahead!

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    Great job. Lot's of cutting. Hope you had the special shears!!!
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    Cute!! I'm thinking of making a rag quilt, maybe using up some old jeans. I live in a hot climate, though, so I'm not sure if that would be too much.

    But I have a question about rag quilts that I just can't get out of my brain. I know the entire purpose of them is to ravel and get all fluffy. But do they continue to ravel? Has anyone had a quilt just come apart from all this raveling? Or does it stabilize after awhile?

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