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Thread: My first rag quilt

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    Junior Member ree-nee's Avatar
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    Here is a pic of a rag quilt I made several years ago.
    I got the instructions from Joann's website.

    Rag quilt from Joann's
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    detail of rag quilt
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    very cute!

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    How Lovely!! :D I just love these rag quilts & am anxious to try one out myself. Your fabric's are so pretty & your work is just great. Thank you for sharing with all of us today!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Beautiful! I love those fabrics :D:D:D

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    That is very pretty. Love the colors. Great job and thanks for sharing.

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    NEVER MADE ONE, BUT WANT TO. hOW LONG IS THE FRINGE? d

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    Very pretty I like rag quilts.

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    Pretty, great job!

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    Cute!

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    The fringe is 3 inches long.
    I cut 12 inch squares and then cut a 3 inch square out of each corner. I then placed two squares wrong side together and pinned, pinned, and more pins so they wouldn't slip. Then cut fringe on one side so the end of the cut was not below the 3 inch mark on each corner.
    Then tied the 2 pieces of fringe together all the way across that end. Then open it up and go on to the next piece placing it wrong side together on either of the squares you just tied together.
    I hope this is not too confusing. If it is let me know and I will try to do a pictorial tute.

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