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Thread: My Flannel, scrappy, strippy, quilt in 1 day, with fleece backing, quilt

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    Super Member grann of 6's Avatar
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    My DDIL requested a quick quilt for her mother who is currently hospitalized (she thinks she is in a 2nd rate hotel at the beach) for an as yet undiagnosed illness. So here it is. The backing is fleece, front is all flannel. I used entirely from my stash including thread. I quilted it on my long arm that I am still learning to use. Never quilted on fleece with it before so I thought it came out pretty good considering. Oh, and I started it yesterday morning, cutting 40 2 1/2" strips with my June Tailor strip cutting ruler.
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    Very cute

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    Nice!

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    It's really a wonderful quilt and such a nice thing you did for your DDIL and her mother.

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    That quilt should make her feel loved. I really like flannel!!

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    Very nice & cozy looking! That was VERY fast to make a quilt :)!

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    Simple and so shabby chic looking,the purple backing is strikingly wonderful:)

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    Ummy, yummy quilt to snuggle in. Love the squares thrown in with the strips. The recipient may not be aware of the process - but will certainly enjoy the result. Fabulous!

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    Now you know I had to come and tell you for a second time that this quilt is so cute and lovable.

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    Ahhhhh, Snuggly quilt,very nice.

    PS, I just splurged on one of those strip cut rulers, Sounds like you liked it.I am anxious to try it.

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