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Thread: Let me try again

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    Junior Member quiltermomo's Avatar
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    I hope this works!!!!!
    Picture one is a rag quilt for my husband. It has a flannel top and a fleece backing. It is much darker in real life. The second quilt was a Downy for Kids quilt kit. The third one is another Downy for Kids quilt with my own fabrics and a quilted denim backing. I am planning a bigger quilt using the "Cotton Theory", quilt as you go method.
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    Senior Member Linda B's Avatar
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    Very nice looking quilts. I've done a few rag edged wall hangings for my 2 daughters. Aafter the last one I said I'd never do one again -- at least until I get the rag scissors! I'll be interested to hear how your Cotton Theory quilt goes. Have the book, but haven't done any yet.

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    Junior Member quiltermomo's Avatar
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    I have watching this video of the Cotton Theory instructions over and over. I think this is the only way I can make a bed size quilt.

    http://www.quilterstv.com/channel/video/132

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    Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

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    Good job. I love that pony fabric you used for your Downey quilt.

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    Very nice quilts!

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    Great projects.

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    All wonderful looking quilts. You did a very nice job on them. The rag quilt looks like it would be very snuggly!

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    Very nice, you have been working hard.

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    Thank you for the encouragement.

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